Their very existence makes your spirit soar even as their weak, leaderless structure causes it to sink.
Organizations engaging in network are often diffuse, leaderless, and incredibly resilient.
How must such a leaderless community get ready for the next political battle?
We were also embraced by others in the leadership of this leaderless movement.
The idea was that a leaderless Internet-enabled movement would prove impossible to defeat or even control.
The leaderless insurgents stared at Caradoc's still form, then began filing out of the cabin.
leaderless, they were helpless, and I believe they were happy in the change.
leaderless though they were, they advanced like the columns of an army and with a single purpose.
And yet it was not the absence of the former which had left them leaderless.
They then opened the Mshr-gate of the town; with leaderless men in mind, no other was opened.
Old English lædere "one who leads," agent noun from lædan (see lead (v.)). As a title for the head of an authoritarian state, from 1918 (translating führer, Duce, caudillo, etc.). Meaning "writing or statement meant to begin a discussion or debate" is late 13c.; in modern use often short for leading article (1807) "opinion piece in a British newspaper" (leader in this sense attested from 1837).