ahistorical

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a- +‎ historical

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ahistorical (comparative more ahistorical, superlative most ahistorical)

  1. Lacking historical perspective or context.
    • 1925, The New Yorker, volume 51, page 32:
      Students are profoundly ahistorical now, and I think they need to work out the notion of how their own environment, over time, has shaped their lives.

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