Definition of synarchy in English:

synarchy

Line breaks: syn|archy
Pronunciation: /ˈsɪnɑːki
 
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noun

[mass noun]
Joint rule or government by two or more individuals or parties: the Foreign Inspectorate of Customs was a product of synarchy
More example sentences
  • Under synarchy, growth-based economics will cease to be the basis for planetary management.
  • By the turn of the century, the royalist faction came to fear synarchy, whose influence had spread beyond esoteric groups.
  • This resulted in a system of synarchy, a system of joint administration by British officials and local elites.

Origin

mid 18th century: from Greek sunarkhia, from sunarkhein 'rule jointly'.

Derivatives

synarchic

adjective
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  • One intriguing character involved with such synarchic plots was another priest by the name of Roca.
  • 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.
  • 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.

synarchist

noun
More example sentences
  • So, Mexico is in the forefront: Mexico has faced both the attack by the synarchists from the left, and the attack by the synarchists from the right.
  • There are other elements, of course, as opposed to the Maximilian, which is the other faction; or the so-called ‘synarchists’ in Central and South America.
  • Sooner or later the fondi will pull the plug on America, and the synarchists will be their tool to do it.

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