Definition of anarchically in English:

anarchically

adverb

  • See anarchic

    • ‘But you have to hunt around in the stock which is arranged, to put it politely, somewhat anarchically.’
    • ‘Their analysis, therefore, focuses on ways of deterring competitive strategies that are otherwise seen to be the rational response within an anarchically structured system.’
    • ‘Run by the reprobates behind the Going Places club night and Shavers' Weekly magazine, this is a traditional Victorian bar sympathetically, yet anarchically, transformed into the kind of local you would have if you designed it yourself.’
    • ‘Koornong is part of the site that was used for the Koornong alternative school which was anarchically alive during the pre-World War Two years and a little beyond, a forerunner of modern experimental education.’
    • ‘While the content develops automatically and anarchically, nothing happens to the social structure of Wikipedia without the consent of the core community.’

Pronunciation

anarchically

/əˈnɑːkɪk(ə)li/