Napoleonic

Napoleonic
Napoleonically, adv.
/neuh poh'lee on"ik/, adj.
pertaining to, resembling, or suggestive of Napoleon I, or, less often, Napoleon III, or their dynasty: the Napoleonic era; a Napoleonic attitude toward one's employees.
[1860-65; NAPOLEON + -IC]

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