uncontemporary

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adjective un·con·tem·po·rary \ˌən-kən-ˈtem-pə-ˌrer-ē, -ˌre-rē\

Definition of uncontemporary

  1. :  not marked by characteristics of the present period :  not contemporary The other artist who doesn't dominate her images is Miriam Schwedt, whose nature photos look strange because they're so uncontemporary. The artist uses ancient (that is, 19th-century) photographic media to make one-of-a-kind pictures. — Mark Jenkins

1866

First Known Use of uncontemporary

1866


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