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1. The theory or doctrine that all forms of government are oppressive and undesirable and should be abolished.
2. Active resistance and terrorism against the state, as used by some anarchists.
3. Rejection of all forms of coercive control and authority: "He was inclined to anarchism; he hated system and organization and uniformity" (Bertrand Russell).
an′ar·chist (-kĭst) n.
an′ar·chis′tic (-kĭs′tĭk) adj.
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|Adj.||1.||anarchistic - of or related to anarchism or tending toward anarchism|
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anarchistic[ˌænəˈkɪstɪk] ADJ → anarquista
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