unhistorical

[ hi-stawr-i-kuhl, -stor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF unhistorical

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Byron's Doge is almost, if not quite, as unhistorical as his Bonivard or his Mazeppa.

It is only a play upon words to say they are "parables" for parables are not unhistorical.

They say your fencing is unhistorical; no doubt it is so, and you knew it.

Mysticism is here conceived as unethical, unhistorical, and unrational.

An apologetic tendency is perceptible in the Gospel account, and this may help to explain the rise of unhistorical elements.

As Eucken says, 'Ancient views of life bore throughout an unhistorical character.

And they worked this unhistorical belief to its breaking point in their Biblical exegesis.

It is no longer safe to reject a narrative as "unhistorical" simply on the ground of the imperfection of our own knowledge.

It is unhistorical to confound the Dorians with the Spartans, who were a specially trained section of the Dorian stock.

The Hebrews were unhistorical and did not appreciate, nor apparently care to preserve, their secular history.

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