These days, says another former top studio executive, puts are an anachronism.
Notice the anachronism of the transfer of the mediaeval sport to legendary Greece.
He is truly a prodigy of a man, and, so far as to-day is concerned, an anachronism.
This constant introduction of Pasquino must not be taken as involving any anachronism.
Tell me, dear lady, how does it feel to be married to an anachronism?
She not unjustly objected to Claverhouse's use of the word "sentimental" as an anachronism.
A vestige, an anachronism, handed down from centuries before.
He felt sometimes as if he were an anachronism, an officer of nineteen-fourteen who had miraculously lasted four years.
Who could be troubled by the anachronism in the book being of modern shape?
In Spain, it is true, vultures serve a useful office as scavengers; yet in modern Europe they surely seem an anachronism.