nonsynchronous

adjective
non·​syn·​chro·​nous | \ˌnän-ˈsiŋ-krə-nəs, -ˈsin-\

Definition of nonsynchronous 

: not synchronous : not happening, moving, or existing at the same time Such nonsynchronous rotation had originally been proposed as a consequence of a supposed lack of permanent mass asymmetry within a dominantly fluid Europa …— William B. McKinnon Any camera and recorder can be used to record nonsynchronous, double system sound …— Edward Pincus and Steven Ascher nonsynchronous assembly lines

First Known Use of nonsynchronous

1830, in the meaning defined above

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