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atemporal

[ ey-tem-per-uhl, ey-tem-pruhl ]
/ eɪˈtɛm pər əl, eɪˈtɛm prəl /
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adjective

free from limitations of time: Our dreams, memories, and emotions are atemporal, not grounded in the here and now.

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Origin of atemporal

First recorded in 1865–70; a-6 + temporal1
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