achronological (not comparable)
- (chiefly literature, film) Not chronological; proceeding through time in a nonlinear fashion
1988 October 14, Jonathan Rosenbaum, “Muddled Americans”, in Chicago Reader:
- Another reason was the apparently inspired pairing of screenwriter Dennis Potter and director Nicolas Roeg, two dark poets of psychic subtexts and achronological memory flashes.
2003 September 26, Martha Bayne, “Things Are Going Very Well for Audrey Niffenegger”, in Chicago Reader:
- The Time Traveler's Wife tracks the achronological course of their lifelong love affair.