Lexicographical Neighbors of Acratic
Literary usage of Acratic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Survey of the Woman Problem by Rosa Obermayer Mayreder (1913)
"Only for acratic beings does sexuality at the same time connote onesidedness ... It is true that acratic persons seek in individuals of the other sex the ..."
2. Notes from a Diary, 1892-1895 by Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff (1904)
"... or acratic pupils, to whom some one alluded when he said that "the Master had always an Alcibiades on the premises." Sir Robert Morier died yesterday at ..."
3. Lessons of the World-war by Augustin Frédéric Hamon (1919)
"... we deduce the equivalence of all functions and all professions in our human societies. Here is a great acratic lesson: No masters. ..."
4. Studies in Spanish-American Literature by Isaac Goldberg (1920)
"... nor acratic, he believed that intelligence should govern peoples. As for art, he believed ever that one could and should be original, not forgetting ..."