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ochlocracy oklo'krasi. Also 6-7 -tie, -ty, -cie, -sie. a. Fr.
ochlocratie (1568 in Hatz.-Darm.), a. Gr. oxlokrati'a mob-rule,
f. o'xlo-j a crowd + -krati'a rule, authority: see -cracy. Also
in 16th c. in the Latin form ochlocratia. Government by the mob
or lowest of the people; mob-rule.
- 1584 J. Stockwood Serm. C ij b, Ochlocratia, such a state, as
in which the rude and rusticall people moderate all thinges after
their own luste.
- 1594 R. Ashley tr. Loys le Roy 16 b, There followeth a
Democratie; by the outrages, and iniquities whereof, is againe
erected the Ochlocratie.
- 1632 C. Downing St. Eccl. of Kingd. (1634) 16 If it begin to
degenerate into an Ochlocratie.
- 1697 Potter Antiq. Greece i. iv. (1715) 16 Pericles..brought
in a confus'd Ochlocracie, whereby the Populace, and basest of
the Rabble obtain'd as great a share in the Government, as
Persons of the Highest Birth and Quality.
- 1791 Mackintosh Vind. Gallicf Wks. 1846 III. 103 The
authority of a corrupt and tumultuous populace has indeed..been
regarded rather as an ochlocracy than a democracy,-as the
despotism of the rabble, not the dominion of the people.
- 1888 Bryce Amer. Commw. III. v. xcv. 337 The commonest of the
old charges against democracy was that it passed into ochlocracy.