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anarchic

adjective uk   /əˈnɑː.kɪk/ us    /-ˈnɑːr-/
not showing respect for official or accepted rules, behaviour, organizations, leaders, etc.: Milligan's anarchic humour has always had the power to offend as well as entertain. without organization or control, especially describing a society with no government or a very weak government
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