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America is a place where there is very little room for anachronisms.
AN AMERICAN GIRL IN LONDONSARA JEANNETTE DUNCAN
The hotbed of anachronisms is mediaeval romance; there nations, times and places, are most recklessly disregarded.
The History is a Romance mixed up with gross improbabilities and anachronisms.
Out of the anachronisms of society and its relation to the individual grow the strongest motives of the modern drama.
Booths had been set up of a seventeenth century pattern, where anachronisms in the form of modern refreshments were sold.
A speaker in Athenæus71 dwells, with needless acrimony, on the anachronisms of Plato, as if they were gross faults.
Noteworthy facts in Northcote's historic pictures are the incongruity of the dresses, and frequent gross anachronisms.
ENGLISH PAINTERSHARRY JOHN WILMOT-BUXTON
Advanced seriously, however, as truths to-day, they are put aside as anachronisms not worthy of dispute.
There were also various other anachronisms in the document, such as margins in red ink, which were not used before 1780.
SCIENCE AND THE CRIMINALC. AINSWORTH MITCHELL
What anachronisms in swords and canes and eye-glasses, in ruffles, in collars, in wigs!
THE GENTLE READERSAMUEL MCCHORD CROTHERS