Definition of undemocratic
: not democratic : not agreeing with democratic practice or ideals
undemocraticallyplay \ˌən-ˌde-mə-ˈkra-ti-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
Examples of undemocratic in a Sentence
The proposed law is fundamentally undemocratic.
Recent Examples of undemocratic from the Web
And in principle, the process is undemocratic, according to Patrick Sullivan, who took office as school board president just as the controversy revved up in January.
Maduro has denounced the aggressive attacks on former and current officials abroad as violent and undemocratic, comparing them with the anti-Semitism faced by Jews in Nazi Germany.
Its visibility and ubiquity forced East Germans to make moral choices every day: Collaborate with an unjust, undemocratic system or suffer the consequences.
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UNDEMOCRATIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of undemocratic for English Language Learners
: not agreeing with democratic practices or ideals : not democratic
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