anachronistically

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In an anachronistic manner; in the manner of an anachronism
in an anachronistic manner; "let's look at this phenomenon anachronistically"
in an anachronistic manner; "let's look at this phenomenon anachronistically
In an anachronistic manner, in the manner of an anachronism
in a manner which is unsuited to a specific time period, in an old-fashioned manner
anachronism
A chronological mistake; the erroneous dating of an event, circumstance, or object
anachronism
A person or thing which seems to belong to a different time or period of time

His movements, his clothes, everything about him, seemed slightly out of place in this assembly. He spoiled the pattern; like Alvin, he was an anachronism.

anachronistic
Erroneous in date; containing an anachronism; in a wrong time

If you know where to look in the movie, you can spot an anachronistic wrist watch on one of the Roman soldiers.

anachronism
anything occurring or existing out of its proper time
anachronism
{n} an error in the account of time
Anachronism
a popular saying which originates in eastern Ohio
Anachronism
Placing an event, person, item, or verbal expression in the wrong historical period In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, Shakespeare writes the following lines
Anachronism
This is something that is out of place in respect to the historical setting This happens when something is referred to in a translation that did not exist at the time of the original setting An example is the use of the word Bible, instead of Scriptures, in the New Testament
Anachronism
something located at a time when it could not have existed or occurred
Anachronism
an artifact that belongs to another time
Anachronism
Something out of its place in time
Anachronism
Anything out of its proper time, from the Greek ana, backwards or reversed, and kronizein, to belong to a particular time (American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 1969)
Anachronism
a person who seems to be displaced in time; who belongs to another age
Anachronism
Something out of its proper time Wearing a wrist watch in 800 AD would be an anachronism; so is wearing medieval clothing in 2000 AD
Anachronism
The representation of something as existing or occurring at other than its proper or historical time
Anachronism
The placement of an event, person, or thing out of its proper chronological relationship, sometimes unintentional, but often deliberate as an exercise of poetic license (Compare Hysteron Proteron, In Medias Res)
Anachronism
Someone or something that is out of place with respect to time period; in biblical studies an anachronism is usually something from a later period "mistakenly" appearing in a text purportedly from an earlier period For example, in Acts 5: 36-37, Gamaliel speaks of the uprising led by Theudas But the Jewish historian Josephus also describes Theudas' revolt which occurred well after Gamaliel's speech So this reference to Theudas is considered an anachronism
Anachronism
someone or something belonging to another time period than the one in which it is described as being
Anachronistic
chronologically misplaced; "English public schools are anachronistic"
anachronism
You say that something is an anachronism when you think that it is out of date or old-fashioned. The President tended to regard the Church as an anachronism
anachronism
An anachronism is something in a book, play, or film that is wrong because it did not exist at the time the book, play, or film is set. The last paragraph contains an anachronism. The Holy Office no longer existed at that time
anachronism
A misplacing or error in the order of time; an error in chronology by which events are misplaced in regard to each other, esp
anachronism
one by which an event is placed too early; falsification of chronological relation
anachronism
A person or thing which seems to belong to a different time
anachronism
A chronological mistake; the erroneous dating of an event, circumstance etc
anachronism
an artifact that belongs to another time a person who seems to be displaced in time; who belongs to another age something located at a time when it could not have existed or occurred
anachronism
{i} assigning of a person or event to the wrong time period; something that is obsolete or out of date
anachronistic
Erroneous in date; containing an anachronism
anachronistic
{s} obsolete, out of date; not properly dated, not assigned to the correct time period (of a person, object or event)
anachronistic
You say that something is anachronistic when you think that it is out of date or old-fashioned. Many of its practices seem anachronistic
anachronistic
having an opinion of the past; preferring things or values of the past; behind the times; over-conservative
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    Silbentrennung

    a·nach·ro·nis·ti·cal·ly

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    Etymologie

    [ &-'na-kr&-"ni-z&m ] (noun.) circa 1646. probably from Middle Greek anachronismos, from anachronizesthai to be an anachronism, from Late Greek anachronizein to be late, from Greek ana- + chronos time.

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