Tell me, dear lady, how does it feel to be married to an anachronism?
A vestige, an anachronism, handed down from centuries before.
Superior persons will tell me that Wallace is an anachronism.
All that to us is Anachronism was to mediaevals merely Eternity.
This constant introduction of Pasquino must not be taken as involving any anachronism.
He is truly a prodigy of a man, and, so far as to-day is concerned, an anachronism.
What an anachronism that word "carpet-bag" has become, by the way!
An anachronism I was, and an anachronism I must continue to the end of the chapter.
Who could be troubled by the anachronism in the book being of modern shape?
By the time of the Reform Bill, a sinecure had become an anachronism.