- adj. Opposed to authority.
- anti- + authority (Wiktionary)
“Though the bread and butter of metal was an antiauthority message, there was a bizarre, undying respect for oldschool heroes.”
“I admired his daring on the radio and his irreverent antiauthority brand of humor.”
“Finally, one of the most important things you can do to increase the likelihood of academic success for your children is to keep them away from kids with anti-school, antiauthority attitudes and values.”
“Children who are emotionally attached to powerful peer cliques and subcultures like street gangs, skinheads, punks, heavy metalers, alternative kids, and graffiti taggers draw enormous amounts of antiparent, antiauthority support from their peers.”
“He was very antiauthority in terms of his views about the administration of the school, among other things and refused to apply himself to anything but the saxaphone.”
“In U.S. culture, an antiauthority culture, we essentially don't like it when people tell us what we have to do," Kellerman says.”
“Beyond its compatibility with her stimulus-seeking and exploitive traits, alcohol may provide an outlet for her oppositional and antiauthority attitudes.”
“During the 1970s, he tried to stop NFL players from having long locks and facial hair, and he mostly succeeded and even when he failed—as with the Jets’ Joe Namath and the miscreants on the Raiders—those failures worked to the league’s advantage by appealing to the antiauthority minority.”
“On occasion she’s also questioned that I’m antiauthority and anarchist, with no belief in any system or political wing.”
“The first is to say It’s elementary antiauthority language, like every other rock record that was geared toward a teen audience.”
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