autarchy autarchy


  1. (n) economic independence as a national policy
  2. (n) a political system governed by a single individual



  1. Although the European perspective has been instrumental in guiding young democracies out of the grip of authoritarianism and autarchy, this power to transform the fringe is slipping.
  2. My bone-deep hatred toward the CCP originates from its despotism, autarchy, totalitarianism, tyranny, corruption, destruction, massacre, cheat and hoodwinking.
  3. Despite his age, Grigorenko cedes nothing to his associates in his distaste for autarchy or disdain for government attempts to muzzle dissent.
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