From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
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anarchistan‧ar‧chist /ˈænəkɪst $ -ər-/ noun [countable] PPsomeone who believes that governments, laws etc are not necessaryanarchistic /ˌænəˈkɪstɪk◂ $ -ər-/ adjective
Examples from the Corpus
anarchistPolly described herself as a feminist, a socialist and an anarchist, which of course made her an extremely dull conversationalist.It came on September 14,1901, when a bullet fired by an anarchist ended the life of President William McKinley.Wollmuth was known to be a member of an anarchist group.The heretics are not all eco-warriors and anarchists.If our culture was hard-won, the stalwart conservatism of her background made Roundhay a den of Bohemian anarchists in comparison.Warlords operated in the west, and the east was dominated by an independent anarchist force, the green armies of Makhno.And who are the real anarchists, if any?