Examples of anarchic in a Sentence
the citywide blackouts caused anarchic looting and rioting
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But Miller’s anarchic spirit, on-set drama or no, will undoubtedly be missed.
And the show’s leaps between Taystee (Danielle Brooks)—who’s using her rage at her friend’s death to demand justice—and the jauntily anarchic behavior of other groups of inmates continually disrupts the pathos.
With their old-fashioned stop-motion animation and lightly anarchic British humor, Park’s short films, feature and BBC series gained fans around the world.
With their old-fashioned stop-motion animation and lightly anarchic British humor, Park’s short films, feature and BBC series gained worldwide fans.
The entire front half was free of typical water park commotion — no slides in view, no anarchic locker rooms.
But there is a classic Freudian map to this anecdote: Cursing is the anarchic and uncivilized id, while the superego (associated with the father) is represented by the cops, and the ideal of an earlier, more orderly New York.
Arranged in an unruly way calculated to appeal to kids’ anarchic tastes, the cards read as diamonds and rhomboids, nicely unifying the room’s design. Long-shot theory: Perhaps Ms....
The prospect of Bangalore’s imminent collapse from dehydration, and its apparently anarchic response to the threat, seemed to offer a discomfiting preview of a more general urban future.
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Definition of anarchic for English Language Learners
: not following or having any laws or rules : wild and uncontrolled
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