ahistorically

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Etymology[edit]

ahistoric +‎ -ally

Adverb[edit]

ahistorically (comparative more ahistorically, superlative most ahistorically)

  1. In an ahistorical way.
    • 1917, Wisconsin magazine of history, volume 29, page 6:
      This dwelling marks American architecture's return to a human and domestic scale; it asserts at the same time the builder's right to work ahistorically from his own sense of form and present necessity.

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