Examples of Anarchy in a sentence
In many books, the word Anarchy has been used to infer different meanings. For instance, in an article written by Austin Murphy called ‘Sports Illustrated’ on the 27th of November, 2000. He made use of Anarchy as synonymous to disorder. It reads ‘fuelled by booze and the euphoria of having seen their school win a share of its first title in 36 years, a mob of Beavers fans hurled itself at the cops, breaching both chains and creating anarchy’. Likewise, in the ‘Continental’ written by David Fred in 1999, anarchy was also used to imply the abolition of traditional form of government. It reads – But by the early 1800s, the mines began to play out, and the colonists challenged the Spanish throne for independence. The Silver Cities survived not only the bloody revolution of 1821 but also the ensuing century of anarchy and bloodshed. Anarchy is also used casually, such as When the teacher was absent, there was anarchy in the classroom.