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achronic (comparative more achronic, superlative most achronic)
- 2002, Colin Jones, The Great Nation, Penguin 2003, page 522:
- Enlightenment quarrels between pro-Frankish and pro-Gaulish factions were now a political curio, and only ancient Rome and Greece – so far removed in time and space that they seemed both utopian and achronic – provided any sort of positive historical referent.
- (astronomy, not comparable) Happening at sunset (of the rise or fall of a star; opposed to cosmic).
- (timeless): atemporal; see also Thesaurus:timeless
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