noun, plural au·tar·chies.
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Origin of autarchy
OTHER WORDS FROM autarchyau·tar·chic, au·tar·chi·cal, adjectiveau·tar·chi·cal·ly, adverbau·tar·chist, noun
Example sentences from the Web for autarchy
Of the over 240 distinct territories, countries, and protectorates, very few (if any) are truly autarchic entities.
At a very small scale of existence, such as autarchic existence, the means were very simple, and very few.
It resulted in a new set of dependencies among communities that had afforded autarchic modes of existence for thousands of years.