anarchal

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anarchal

(ænˈɑːkəl) or

anarchial

adj
1. having no government; anarchic
2. relating to or involving anarchy
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The atmosphere of Orthodoxy is always damaging to prose, and above all it is completely ruinous to the novel, the most anarchial of all forms of literature.
While Hill had a lot of Quaker friends, he was an "anarchial pacifist," Lasar said, a "genteel, scholarly man" leery of the state's potential for violence.
By including whites in its strict hierarchy of individuals, Simms eschews an America based on natural rights and freedoms and argues that it is only through service that the anarchial animal passions of blacks and whites can be checked.
Birnbaum's (1988) notion of the anarchial institution with its "problematic goals, unclear technology and fluid participation" and cybernetic organization, where the leadership "not only ensures that systems are in place for collecting, analyzing, and disseminating data but is also concerned that forums exist in which the various constituencies interested in this data can interact" (p.
Members of the troupe tangled with the federal government over their political (nonviolent and anarchial) views and failure to pay income taxes.
Civil disobodience, clearly a deliberate anarchial breaking of the law, was the hallmark of each.