Absence of any cohesive principle, such as a common standard or purpose.(noun)
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Use "anarchy" in a sentence
"Using modifications of the term anarchy, such as “market anarchy,” or “anarcho-capitalist,” implies that plain old “anarchy” is *not* libertarian or not compatible with free markets."
"In the words of the People's Poet, "now that's what I call anarchy!""
"ZAHN: We just had an eye witness on the air, a gentleman named Allister Goldwine, who talked about what he described as anarchy when he entered the cafeteria."