Definition of Anarchistic

1. Adjective. Of or related to anarchism or tending toward anarchism.

Partainyms: Anarchism
Derivative terms: Anarchism, Anarchist



Definition of Anarchistic

1. Adjective. Of or relating to anarchism or anarchy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Anarchistic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anarchistic

anaptychi
anaptychus
anaptyxes
anaptyxis
anapæst
anapæsts
anarch
anarchal
anarchic
anarchical
anarchically
anarchies
anarchism
anarchisms
anarchist
anarchistic (current term)
anarchistically
anarchists
anarchize
anarchized
anarchizes
anarchizing
anarcho-
anarcho-capitalism
anarcho-capitalist
anarcho-capitalists
anarcho-punk
anarcho-syndicalism
anarcho-syndicalist
anarcho-syndicalists

Literary usage of Anarchistic

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1. An Introduction to the Study of the Government of Modern States by William Franklin Willoughby (1919)
"First in order of consideration is the anarchistic school. ... The anarchistic school represents the extreme school of individual rights. ..."

2. An Examination of the Nature of the State: A Study in Political Philosophy by Westel Woodbury Willoughby (1896)
"anarchistic. — The anarchistic view illustrates the logical extreme of individualism, according to which all government is considered not only essentially ..."

3. Standards of American Legislation: An Estimate of Restrictive and by Ernst Freund (1917)
"That the achievement is not altogether safe from attack and impairment is shown by the public attitude toward anarchistic agitation, as evidenced by the ..."

4. Paris and the Social Revolution: A Study of the Revolutionary Elements in by Alvan Francis Sanborn (1905)
"But the beginnings of anarchistic philosophy and the development of anarchism, however suggestive they may be, do not fall within the province of this ..."

5. Sociology, Popular Lectures and Discussions Before the Brooklyn Ethical by Brooklyn Ethical Association (1890)
"Tin- anarchistic Method. Anarchy regarded as a science ; its opposition to government by physical force;; its methods not revolutionary hut evolutionary; ..."

6. Paris à la Carte by Julian Street (1912)
"So when, to use the vernacular, the anarchistic editor "got his," the whole press of Paris— and it is the wittiest press on earth—burst forth as one voice ..."

7. Morale, the Supreme Standard of Life and Conduct by Granville Stanley Hall (1920)
"... (c) portrayals of the simple life; (d) morale and revolution—The need of studying as well aa burning anarchistic literature. War always upsets industry. ..."

8. Addresses on the Civil Sabbath from a Patriotic and Humanitarian Standpoint by Wilbur Fisk Crafts (1890)
"ous anarchistic principle of keeping only the laws that suit them ; but this should not abate our effort to make our Sabbath laws as favorable as possible ..."

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