autarchy


autarchy
Synonyms and related words:
Caesarism, Declaration of Independence, Stalinism, absolute monarchy, absolutism, aristocracy, autarky, authoritarianism, autocracy, autonomy, benevolent despotism, coalition government, colonialism, commonwealth, constitutional government, constitutional monarchy, czarism, democracy, despotism, dictatorship, dominion rule, duarchy, duumvirate, dyarchy, federal government, federation, feudal system, garrison state, gerontocracy, heteronomy, hierarchy, hierocracy, home rule, independence, individualism, inner-direction, kaiserism, limited monarchy, martial law, meritocracy, militarism, military government, mob rule, mobocracy, monarchy, neocolonialism, ochlocracy, oligarchy, one-man rule, one-party rule, pantisocracy, paternalism, patriarchate, patriarchy, police state, pure democracy, regency, representative democracy, representative government, republic, rugged individualism, self-containment, self-determination, self-direction, self-government, self-reliance, self-sufficiency, social democracy, stratocracy, technocracy, thearchy, theocracy, totalitarian government, totalitarian regime, totalitarianism, triarchy, triumvirate, tyranny, welfare state

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • Autarchy — Au tar*chy, n. [Gr. ? independence; a yto s self + arkei^n to be sufficient.] 1. Self sufficiency, especially economic self sufficiency as applied to nations. [Obs.] Milton. [1913 Webster +PJC] 2. same as {autarky}. Syn: autarky. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • autarchy — (n.) 1660s, absolute sovereignty, from Gk. autarkhia, from autarkhein to be an absolute ruler, from autos self (see AUTO (Cf. auto )) + arkhein to rule (see ARCHON (Cf. archon)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • autarchy — autarky, autonomy, independence, freedom, sovereignty (see under FREE adj) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • autarchy — [ô′tär΄kē] n. pl. autarchies [Gr autarchia < autarchos, autocrat, absolute ruler < autos, self + archos: see ARCH ] 1. absolute rule or sovereignty; autocracy 2. a country under such rule 3. AUTARKY autarchic adj. autarchical …   English World dictionary

  • autarchy — autarky UK [ˈɔːtə(r)kɪ] / US [ˈɔtərkɪ] or autarchy UK / US noun 1) [uncountable] a form of government in which one person has complete power 2) [uncountable] the state of economic independence from other countries or areas 3) [countable] a… …   English dictionary

  • autarchy — I. noun Etymology: by alteration Date: 1617 autarky II. noun (plural chies) Etymology: Greek autarchia, from aut + archia archy Date: 1665 absolute sovereignty ; autocracy …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • autarchy — autarchic, autarchical, adj. autarchically, adv. autarchist, n. /aw tahr kee/, n., pl. autarchies. 1. absolute sovereignty. 2. an autocratic government. 3. autarky. [1655 65; < Gk autarchía self rule. See AUT , ARCHY] * * * …   Universalium

  • autarchy — noun a) A condition of absolute power. b) An autocratic government; an autocracy. Syn: independence, self sufficiency, autonomy See Also: autarky …   Wiktionary

  • autarchy — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A government in which a single leader or party exercises absolute control over all citizens and every aspect of their lives: absolutism, autocracy, despotism, dictatorship, monocracy, tyranny. See OVER, POLITICS …   English dictionary for students

  • autarchy — au|tar|chy especially BrE autarky AmE [ˈo:ta:ki US ˈo:ta:r ] n plural autarchies [U and C] [Date: 1600 1700; : Greek; Origin: autarchia, from auto ( AUTO ) + archia ( ARCHY)] formal a policy in which a country or area does not want or need goods …   Dictionary of contemporary English