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Definition of anarchic:

  • (adjective) without law or control; "the system is economically inefficient and politically anarchic"

Sentence Examples:

"Anarchy plus a street-constable:" that also is anarchic to me, and other than quite lovely!

The anarchic manifestations of this awakening are but the inevitable results of the preceding oppression.

Heresy was considered as essentially anti-social, anarchic; was conceived of as analogous to false coining or treason.

The true philosophical Tory goes back to ancient things because he thinks they will be anarchic things.

The rebels, already tired of their anarchic condition, opened their gates after a mere show of resistance.

Discipline yourselves, wisely, in all kinds; more and more, till there be no anarchic fiber left in you.

Surely nothing could well be less individualistic, in a bad sense, less anti-social, less anarchic than this.

Anarchic stupidity is wide as the night; victorious wisdom is but as a lamp in it shining here and there.

They are to be found here and there even in the rebellious, well-nigh anarchic, individualism of the Concord men.

On the other hand, constitutional, as applied to governments, may mean stable as opposed to unstable and anarchic societies.

The most significant thing about her was her moods and her thoughts, which were uncertain, casual, anarchic.

My friend stopped, pointing his stick at it, and all his anarchic philosophy rushed to his lips.

He had immensely strengthened the Papacy, and a strong central power might do vast service in that anarchic Europe.

It cannot be denied that supernatural sanctions have often been very effective for certain types of people in certain anarchic periods.

Since the thirteenth century, when the anarchic element sprang full-grown into the history of humanity, that history has been chaos.

In spite of the anarchic and unspeakable conditions on the Continent, I could not refrain from making one last tour of inspection.

The anarchic reign of individualism through which trade passed at the beginning of this century was an unavoidable step in economic development.

There was nothing stable in the anarchic flux of affairs that swept her on she knew not to what catastrophic end.

It is more or less an amorphous mass, with a central nucleus, the seat of an authority which shades off into ill-defined, anarchic independence.

In the public libraries of to-day there exists no doubt material sufficiently anarchic to upset society, if it could have its will upon society.

They were the essence of that chaos out of which he thought to bring order in anarchic Italy, working on them and on them alone.

The papers were an effort to correct, by ridicule, the anarchic condition of things which preceded the adoption of the Federal Constitution in 1789.

These papers were an effort to correct, by ridicule, the anarchic condition of things which preceded the adoption of the Federal Constitution in 1789.

Her blood was heavy, violent, anarchic, insisting on the equality of the blood in all, and therefore on her own absolute right to satisfaction.

Free thought destroyed religion, with religion fell morality, and with morality whatever restraints had hitherto kept anarchic tendencies of every description within bounds.

If I am merely to float or fade or evolve, it may be towards something anarchic; but if I am to riot, it must be for something respectable.

It was Albrecht the Bear who first introduced a limited measure of peace and order into the hitherto anarchic condition of the Mark and its adjacent territories.

The system of management by dual control of the master and the slave will not work when the slave becomes an alive, active, intelligent, anarchic being.

Your plea of your being anarchic and seeing your work as such isn't in the least, believe me, a reason against; for (also believe me) you are essentially wrong about that!

The Caps suffered defeat in spite of strenuous efforts made for their preservation by the secret agents of the powers, anxious to see the anarchic condition of the government continue.

A new order of things, an order based on the workers' own control of industry, can come only through gradual and internal elimination of the anarchic manifestations of the revolution.

The strength of all law and government lies in our dread of the anarchic Will, that lies couched behind the barriers of society and is ready to spring forth when they are broken down.

It was a wild anarchic scene, fit cradle of the spiritual freedom of a new age, when the nations of the earth were breaking the chains in which king and priest had bound them.