Definition of anachronic in English:

anachronic

Line breaks: ana|chron¦ic
Pronunciation: /ˌanəˈkrɒnɪk
 
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adjective

  • Relating to or involving anachronism: an anachronic atmosphere in which time seems to have stood still
    More example sentences
    • Curiously anachronic, this sonic cross breeding soon becomes totally confusing as the human ear fails to clearly distinguish between the input from the orchestra and that of Passamonte's live box.
    • It comes as a complete surprise and appears as a totally anachronic project put in context of both the current music scene and of his previous outputs.
    • In a world where technology has invaded every minute aspect of our lives, their music seems somewhat anachronic.

Origin

early 19th century: from anachronism, on the pattern of pairs such as synchronism, synchronic.

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