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Definition of: anachronism

(ə·nakrə·nizəm) noun
1. A chronological error.
2. Something occurring or represented as occurring out of its proper time. [<F anachronisme <L anachronismus <Gk. anachronismos <anachronizein refer to a wrong time <ana- against + chronos time]
—an·a·chron·ic
(an′ə·kronik), a·nach′·ro·nis′tic, a·nach′ ro·nis′ ti·cal, a·nach′ro·nous adjective

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obvious anachronism
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clear anachronism
evolutionary anachronism
chronological anachronism
introducing anachronism
expensive anachronism
anachronism occurs
anachronism notwithstanding

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