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For fans of the current team, this might seem some combination of anachronistic and silly, the star running back wearing elaborate costumes and assuming bizarre personas for his weekly Thursday sessions with reporters.

Cases of wills being hastily inscribed on physical objects are becoming increasingly anachronistic.

He glanced somewhat contemptuously at his uncle Everard's anachronistic notions of what was fair in war.

The one formula seems to Arnold anachronistic and unlikely, the other perfectly natural.

Matthew ArnoldG. W. E. Russell

And if they knew enough to spot that, wouldn't they be bound to realize the whole Elizabeth-Macbeth tie-up was anachronistic?

No Great MagicFritz Reuter Leiber

As Ciaran is said to have died in 548, the statement that Becc mac De foretold his coming is anachronistic.

But we will not further celebrate Major Cleaveland's anachronistic nuptials.

It is anachronistic when private property is respected on land that it should not be respected at sea.

Anachronistic and non-standard spellings retained as printed.

The New York Sun printed a letter, not long ago, in which the drawings were declared to be anachronistic.

TrilbyanaJoseph Benson Gilder & Jeannette Leonard Gilder
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