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an·arch

 (ăn′ärk′)
n.
An adherent of anarchy or a leader practicing it.

[Back-formation from anarchy.]

anarch

(ˈænɑːk)
n
archaic an instigator or personification of anarchy

an•arch

(ˈæn ɑrk)

n.
1. the leader of a revolt.
[1665–75]
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Thus SATAN; and him thus the Anarch old With faultring speech and visage incompos'd Answer'd.
anarchist thought through the figure of the anarch, a figure who
In the backdrop of a land mark planning for CPEC and its dividends for both Pakistan and China, India another significant stakeholder in the region and anarch rival of Pakistan has raised reservations about the project, particularly as CPEC is possibly pass through Pakistan-Controlled Kashmir (POK).
The Sunday People has revealed a string of leaked videos showing the anarch in our jails in recent months.
This is no longer a laughing matter, and Pope shudders as the great Anarch buries all.
The anarch is a stronger and more developed beacon of personal power and freedom.
As a result, he called himself an anarch, one who remains politically uncommitted and aloof, and thus preserves his freedom.
This decline is most oddly and comically predicted by that great anarch and upender of hierarchies, Falstaff, in the fifth act of 1 Henry IV.
Matthew Arnold, Culture and Anarch and Other Writings.
Meet the world proudly, that I may be proud, Put your will upon the anarch crowd; Direct the powers of your destiny.
In a world where history were truly running backwards, the Anarch would have to relive his life all the way back to his birth, rather than being killed right after his re-birth.