1.2Having no leader or chief: an acephalous society
More example sentences
- During the late nineteenth century in societies ranging from the acephalous to interlacustrine kingdoms, senior men bolstered their authority through a monopoly of access to locally brewed beer.
- The resistance is largely decentralised, localised and acephalous.
- Sierra Leone was the object of similar plunder, leaving an acephalous state in rampant disorder only to be stabilised by British Tommies.
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