unhistoric

[ hi-stawr-ik, -stor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF unhistoric
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNHISTORIC

This unhistoric conception had its effects also in the domain of history.

There is a valid excuse for preferring to address the unhistoric mind.

They were said to be very wide-spread, but the tales connecting them with Italy are all unhistoric.

Then came the hand-barrow race, with that unhistoric vehicle about which poets never sing.

But this fact may most easily have been overlooked in uncritical and unhistoric times.

And yet again, the historic fact is the final consequence of unhistoric or unknown facts.

The reader may be glad to know what my brother felt about retaining the unhistoric passages of Scripture.

WORD ORIGIN

1660s, probably a back-formation from historical, perhaps influenced by French historique. What is historic is noted or celebrated in history; what is historical deals with history.

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