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Definition of anarchic:

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

Sentence Examples:

Down the sunbeam dances the anarchic atom.

Free of all laws, creeds, codes, and common tests, Shameless, anarchic, infinite.

The internal hacker culture and its anarchic policies lent a rebellious mystique as well.

There are times when her indifference to her own most inviolable laws seems anarchic.

And he had one yet finer quality which redeems a hundred lapses of anarchic cynicism.

Even defeat as a united nation would be better than ignoble peace with the anarchic mob supreme.

Everywhere the usual anarchic quarrels rose among the rebels, and the country was plundered mercilessly.

In the Dawn, death will not be the haphazard affair that it is under the present anarchic conditions.

He rejected the doctrine from which they derived their name, and abhorred the anarchic element in them.

The central idea of all Socialistic and Anarchic systems is the interference with the right of property by society.

He would not produce anything but a welter of anarchic restrictions which would lead at last to some kind of revolt.

It was soon obvious to all clear-sighted men that unless some authoritative center of union were created the revolutionary experiment would have been saved from suppression by arms only to collapse in mere anarchic confusion.

It was to the monasteries that men still looked for learning and peace, and the monasteries were the natural harbors of refuge for valiant men of action, who grew sick of the life of everlasting turmoil in a brutal and anarchic world.