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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishanarchican‧ar‧chic /æˈnɑːkɪk $ -ɑːr-/ adjective  BEHAVElacking any rules or order, or not following the moral rules of society a lawless, anarchic city an anarchic sense of humour
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anarchicAnd since capitalist commodity production is spontaneous - that is, unplanned social production, they are anarchic.He is elegant, blissfully hilarious and outrageously anarchic.His feelings were formless, anarchic.I watched spiralling dust devils by day and at night listened to the anarchic cries of coyotes.An inheritor of Marcel Duchamp's anarchic estate, he regards all forms of artistic orthodoxy with deep scepticism.
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