Anarchist (noun)

  1. A person who advocates for the abolition of governments and systems of hierarchy, often advocating for self-governance and autonomy.
  2. A person who actively resists or rebels against such systems.

Origin:

From french anarchiste, from greek anarchos "without ruler", from an- "without" + arkhos "ruler".

Examples:

  1. The anarchist threw a brick through the window of the government building.
  2. The group of anarchists were protesting against the government's policies.
  3. The country was in a state of anarchy as different factions struggled for power.
  4. The professor's theories on anarchism influenced a generation of activists.
  5. The anarchist"s beliefs about the state"s role in society were controversial.
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