anarchical anarchical  /æ ˈnɑr kə kəl/


  • (adj) without law or control



  1. One expects something in the Mel Brooks moldraucous, anarchical, anachronisticfrom Gene Wilder's debut as a director.
  2. She hopes wanly that the reassertion of family traditions will combine with her own insistently retained routines to stave off the anarchical forces that she sees.
  3. Property without limits would be tyrannical with respect to individuals and anarchical with respect to society.



  1. "The original members were anarchical by nature," says Morrow, who joined the club in 1970. "The club's loose-knit organization left climbers open to pairing up with the most talented or the most motivated individuals at any given time. And...
    on Jun 10, 2010 By: Pat Morrow Source: Calgary Herald

  2. Coupland calls it a manifestation of "the kind of depressing legislated creativity that arises from big-box craft stores ...... how to do something anarchical with flower stickers? That's a real challenge."
    on Jun 18, 2009 By: Douglas Coupland Source: Toronto Star

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