misplaced in time; anachronistic.
the abnormal absence of hydrochloric acid in the stomach. anacidity an·a·cid·i·ty (ān’ə-sĭd’ĭ-tē) n. Absence of acidity, especially the absence of hydrochloric acid in the gastric juices.
of or relating to refraction. Historical Examples anaclastic, an-a-klas′tik, adj. pertaining to refraction: bending back. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various
flourished 1st century a.d, pope 76–88. Historical Examples Anacletus stayed in Rome, but Innocent crossed the Alps, and a council was summoned at tampes to decide upon his title. The Law of Civilization and Decay Brooks Adams Pope Anacletus speaks of patriarchs, metropolitans, and primates long before they arose. The Rise of the Mediaeval Church […]
adjective (of valleys and similar formations) progressing in a direction opposite to the dip of the surrounding rock strata
the choice of an object of libidinal attachment on the basis of a resemblance to early childhood protective and parental figures. anaclisis an·a·cli·sis (ān’ə-klī’sĭs, ə-nāk’lĭ-) n. Psychological dependence on others.