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- adj. Not in the correct date order. Chronologically incorrect.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Characterized by, or involving, anachronism; anachronistic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as anachronous.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. chronologically misplaced
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All your comments on non-WASPS are so anachronic is not even funny.
I guess this maybe the first time in modern history a country is fighting all alone for it's democracy, surrounded by a group of marxist proto-dictators while the once Leader of The Free World stands aside the most primitive and anachronic ideologists.
The dressing of the black people is not only anachronic but also anastupid and no its not a word.
Chavez is the white hope of the failed castrism anachronic and near death who feels that its continuation is impossible in the Island and that it is only possible through the Venezuelan president and the MVR, its extravagant, radical and heterogeneous political movement.
He said that, nevertheless, Washington ` ` runs the risk of isolating itself in its struggle to maintain a position that is increasingly incomprehensible and anachronic. ''
Indian, and white -- from the yoke of the anachronic apartheid regime.
Better that it should not have consented to motion, and have held stubbornly to all ancestral ways, than have bred that anachronic spectre.
They had no such feeling as we have in regard to the pasteboard kings and queens who strut their brief hour before us in anachronic absurdity.
Thus, the anachronic emotion of Miss ---- (on page 17) finds its parallel in
My sword should cleave him down, &c. The anachronic mixture in this Arruntius of the Roman republican, to whom Tiberius must have appeared as much a tyrant as Sejanus, with his