Antonyms for anachronistic

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If there had been anyone there to see she would have made a most anachronistic bride.

In a wider sense, all historical writings are anachronistic.

Both were anachronistic, and yet there was a certain suitability about both.

On costume, anachronistic but elaborate, the manager lavished his money and ingenuity.

This anachronistic thinker was the English monk, Roger Bacon.

Anachronistic, non-standard, and inconsistent spellings retained as printed.

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

The chorus was anachronistic in costume, sorry in voice, and mournfully undrilled.

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

To the hypocrisies of obsolete asceticism were added the affectations of anachronistic license.

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