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Monopolistic   /mənˌɑpəlˈɪstɪk/   Listen
Monopolistic

adjective
1.
Having exclusive control over a commercial activity by possession or legal grant.






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"Monopolistic" Quotes from Famous Books



... far-sighted, and wrote to Lord Dorchester: "For my own part, I shall ever be far from advising His Majesty to think of such restrictions, for certainly a little more time will open the navigation to those parts so long as there are no negative capitulations or articles to hinder it."[158] The monopolistic pretensions of the Spanish government were evidently relaxing, for in 1634 the Conde de Humanes confided to the English agent, Taylor, that there had been talk in the Council of the Indies of admitting the English to a share in ...
— The Buccaneers in the West Indies in the XVII Century • Clarence Henry Haring



Words linked to "Monopolistic" :   monopoly, noncompetitive



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