Definition of synarchic in US English:

synarchic

adjective

  • See synarchy

    • ‘Scholars have previously argued for the existence of synarchic institutions in the treaty ports.’
    • ‘So on the right a synarchic pact of the left is denounced as socialist and secret though it's not really secret; it's the same synarchic pact, as you saw that was denounced by the left.’
    • ‘It is not clear that this issue is a pressing concern, and it may be addressed by the leaders of the planetary management organization / synarchic government at their leisure.’
    • ‘One intriguing character involved with such synarchic plots was another priest by the name of Roca.’
    • ‘These two cellular and acellular hierarchies in animals exist in a synarchic relationship - and they are absolutely dependent upon each other as they rule jointly.’

Pronunciation

synarchic

/səˈnärkik/