Anarch



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Historical Examples

Now Emerson was an anarch who flouted the conventions of art and life.
American Sketches Charles Whibley

Considering the anarch I must have been, I marvel at their toleration.
A Son of the Middle Border Hamlin Garland

For the spiritual breath of life to the anarch is flattery, attention.
The Drums Of Jeopardy Harold MacGrath

The idea of live and let live has never been the propaganda of the anarch.
The Drums Of Jeopardy Harold MacGrath

Like Carlo Cafiero, the rich Italian anarch, you must give your money to us—every cent of it.
Visionaries James Huneker

And now she was discovering what a disorganizer love is, what an anarch among plans, what a smasher of china.
What Will People Say? Rupert Hughes

Weapons of the most ethereal temper spend their keenness in vain against the ‘anarch old’ whose power lies in utter insensibility.
Hours in a Library, Volume I. (of III.) Leslie Stephen

Then there is an antagonistic power that rises up to confront the widespread dominion of this anarch of old.
Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V) Alexander Maclaren

Before he became an anarch of art, he was singled out for distinction by royalty and a price was placed upon his head.
Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great – Volume 14 Elbert Hubbard

The anarch’s huge fists became knotted; wrinkles corrugated his forehead; but he did not stir.
The Drums Of Jeopardy Harold MacGrath

noun
(archaic) an instigator or personification of anarchy
n.

“leader of leaderlessness,” 1660s, a deliciously paradoxical word used by Milton, Pope, Byron; see anarchy.

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