Definition of acontextual
- … identifies the contrasting acontextual self, in which the individual stands apart from family relationships and pursues her or his individual needs and desires with maximum independence.
- —Howard P. Chudacoff, The Age of the Bachelor, 1999
acontextualityplay \ˌā-kän-ˌteks-chə-ˈwa-lə-tē\ noun
- It also follows that where a patentee has used a word or phrase which, acontextually, might have a particular meaning (narrow or wide) it does not necessarily have the meaning in context.
- —Cameron McKenna, Mondaq Business Briefing, 29 Apr. 2005