[ UK /ˈænɑːkˌɪst/ ]
[ US /ˈænɝˌkɪst/ ]
  1. an advocate of anarchism
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How To Use anarchist In A Sentence

  • In the USSR, most anarchists turned into Communists after the Russian Revolution.
  • Anarchist, of course, has become a media code word for punk-and-hippie anti-capitalist rowdies.
  • Thousands of riot police will be lining the streets amid fears that either anarchists or terrorists will attempt to disrupt proceedings.
  • The individualist anarchists saw land economics differently.
  • They come from the left and the right, from church groups and anarchist cells.
  • A peaceful demonstration had been hijacked by anarchists intent on causing trouble.
  • Many Russian radicals were anarchists who sought the abolition of all formal government. World History: Patterns of Change and Continuity
  • In other words, I am neither an anarchist who wants no government, namely unrestrained devitalization, nor a socialist, whose cry is for all government -- that is, restriction and rigidity. Piano Mastery Talks with Master Pianists and Teachers
  • Set in 1912 New York, The Iceman Cometh spotlights the failed lives, empty hopes, and perpetual pipedreams of the stewbums, anarchists, and hookers of Harry Hope's seedy saloon.
  • Where their debut looked to the KLF, Surfing the Void's psychonautical vocabulary recalls another oddball early 90s dance act, the Shamen, who infiltrated the top 10 with talk of a "shamanic, anarchistic, archaic revival" in the days when trance acts played clubs with names like Megatripolis and expounded on the mystical importance of the number The Guardian World News
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