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Oxford dictionary definition of the word officialdom:
the outlook or behaviour of officials, esp those rigidly adhering to regulations; bureaucracy
officials or bureaucrats collectively
Example Sentences Including ‘officialdom’
After all, which baby was which came down to no more than a matter of paperwork, of officialdom.
Dobbs, Michael THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS
Our fortitude is nourished by dislike of officialdom , daily miles and shared memories.
Tim Hilton ONE MORE KILOMETRE AND WE’RE IN THE SHOWERS (2004)
She felt wretchedly alone, not knowing how officialdom operated here.
Fraser, Anthea DEATH SPEAKS SOFTLY
Shelves of paper pressed in on them: charge-sheets, witness reports, pamphlets: they were surrounded by officialdom.
Jon Cleary YESTERDAY’S SHADOW (2002)
Since then an ongoing public inquiry has produced a steady stream of headlines less than flattering to officialdom.
NEW SCIENTIST (1999)
There are those who suggest he would not be first-choice for many within GAA officialdom , no matter what the circumstances.
BELFAST TELEGRAPH (2004)