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What Are Some Examples Of Anachronism?
For as realistic as they try to be, movies are rife with anachronisms. Here are a few examples ...
Origin of anachronism
OTHER WORDS FROM anachronisman·a·chron·i·cal·ly [an-uh-kron-ik-lee], /ˌæn əˈkrɒn ɪk li/, adverb
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How to use anachronism in a sentence
SamsungMany TV remotes still rely on alkaline batteries, which feels like an anachronism in 2021.
In many ways, the United States Senate is an anachronism left over from a time when thirteen colonies were independent sovereign nations.Steny Hoyer: Letting the Filibuster Stand Will Break American Democracy|Steny H. Hoyer|October 27, 2021|Time
The divide between capital and labor increasingly looks like an anachronism, a throwback to the language and illusory simplicity of another time.Why do the media always pit labor against capital?|Walter Thompson|September 10, 2021|TechCrunch
The usual policy of staying out of foreign conflicts unless absolutely necessary was becoming an anachronism.How the Truman Doctrine transformed America’s role in the world|A.J. Baime|December 4, 2020|Washington Post
By 2030, I would argue that we will view this problem in the rearview mirror as a quaint anachronism.
The “reenactment” of the battle, an even more recent anachronism, dates back only to 1977.
These days, says another former top studio executive, puts are an anachronism.
With these appears, by a poetic anachronism, Dietrich of Berne.The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire|Edward Gibbon
By the time of the Reform Bill, a sinecure had become an anachronism.The English Utilitarians, Volume II (of 3)|Leslie Stephen
Yet there are "many traces of apparent anachronism," of divergence from the more antique picture of life.Homer and His Age|Andrew Lang
It was to him more of an anachronism than any manifestation he had yet encountered, even at the Fort, that stronghold of the past.The Open Question|Elizabeth Robins
But what is an anachronism of this kind compared to that which involves the principal character in one continued topsy-turveydom?The English Stage|Augustin Filon