opposed to or working against the existing power structure or mores, as of society or government:
Antiestablishment candidates promised to disband the army, Congress, and the cabinet if elected.
They took an anti-establishment stance to a new level, openly opposing the government.
Cuban Hip-Hop Was Born in Alamar Daniel Levin December 25, 2014
So there is clearly some anti-establishment sentiment on the right.
Michael Tomasky: South Carolina Showdown for Romney and Santorum Michael Tomasky January 3, 2012
Literary history aside (or be damned), these anti-establishment, anti-ecclesiastical fabliaux are pure, unadulterated fun.
Read This and Blush: Naughty Medieval French Tales Yunte Huang June 12, 2013
And I would much rather have that anti-establishment code guiding our journalists than the one that reigns in Russia.
Meet the Censors, Propagandists and Outright Liars Who Won Putin’s Pulitzers James Kirchick May 4, 2014
Even more significant, however, is the reorientation of anti-establishment politics that follows.
Edward Snowden, Not Pope Francis, Is the Person of the Year James Poulos December 11, 2013
The growing theme of anti-establishment sites might just foretell the months ahead.
Spain Protests Claim ‘European Summer’ Follows Arab Spring Barbie Latza Nadeau, Mike Elkin May 27, 2011
Though Murkowski lost much of her early 30-point lead in polling, she fought back against the anti-establishment fervor.
5 Lessons from Tuesday’s Primaries Mark McKinnon August 24, 2010
What had happened to the open, anti-establishment, progressive Michelle Shocked they had fallen in love with?
Michelle Shocked’s Crazy Switch From Lesbian to Homophobe Kevin Fallon March 18, 2013
Members talk to Benjamin Sarlin about their anti-establishment group.
Rand Paul’s Secret Society Benjamin Sarlin August 9, 2010
Graffiti is an irreverent form, with strong popular and anti-establishment elements.
The Merry-Thought: or the Glass-Window and Bog-House Miscellany Hurlo Thrumbo (pseudonym)
opposed to established authority
of or relating to or its inhabitants. native to or derived from : traditional European customs; European languages. a native or inhabitant of . a person of European descent. (in East Africa and Asia) a white person; Caucasian. Historical Examples Order could only be restored through the intervention of Arabi, who now adopted a more […]
a basic social unit consisting of parents and their children, considered as a group, whether dwelling together or not: the traditional family. a social unit consisting of one or more adults together with the children they care for: a single-parent family. the children of one person or one couple collectively: We want a large family. […]
(sometimes initial capital letter) a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism. (sometimes initial capital letter) the philosophy, principles, or methods of fascism. (initial capital letter) a political movement that employs the principles and methods […]
weariness from bodily or mental exertion. a cause of weariness; slow ordeal; exertion: the fatigue of driving for many hours. Physiology. temporary diminution of the irritability or functioning of organs, tissues, or cells after excessive exertion or stimulation. Civil Engineering. the weakening or breakdown of material subjected to stress, especially a repeated series of stresses. […]