anachronistically anachronistically


  • (adv) in an anachronistic manner


  1. In our frequent-flyer world, last century's rapid transit now feels like an anachronistically slow passage to the strange, wild North.
  2. Or so it seems, for in a complex world they are trying to forge an anachronistically simplistic nation.
  3. He also endows Rhett with almost anachronistically enlightened ideas about race.


  • Wright Stuff: After 74 Years, an Unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright Gets Built

    Photo via Dezeen In 1939 American architecture overlord Frank Lloyd Wright drafted plans for a single-story house that, like others of his middle class-friendly Usonian House series, boasted a flat roof, small kitchen, overlarge living area, and airy, if anachronistically...
    on November 6, 2013     Source: Curbed

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