Proper noun. Personal epithet associated with either of two autocratic heads-of-state: Kim Jong-Il (N. Korea) or George W. Bush (United States).
"The Dear Leader spoke to the assembled farmworkers today, thanking them for being the pillars of this great and prosperous nation and exhorting them to even greater achievements, on pain of death by firing squad."

"Colbert spared no mercy for the tender feelings of the Dear Leader at the White House Press Corps dinner, but miraculously he has not yet been put to death by firing squad."
by Carl Willis June 10, 2006
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Word used by fellow members of the Labour back benches to refer to the former, glorious leader of the party, Jeremy Corbyn, who was ousted by those who wished not to take part in the coming communist revolution.
Raise the red flag high! - down with the bourgeoisie.
Crowd of Socialists: "Ohhhhhh!!! Jeremy Corbyn."
That one guy with the megaphone who speaks too much: "Hail to the our Dear Leader Lord Jeremy"
by Sir Keir Starmer, KCB QC MP September 25, 2020
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What Trump desperately wants May Day to be.
"I declare May 1st Day of Absolute Loyalty to Best Dear Glorious Leader Trumpmenbashi."
"No, it's May Day, aka International Labor Day. Fuck off, orange viceroy, and tell King Putin to fuck off as well."
by Aunt Tifa Lockhart October 18, 2018
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