English - Etymology
English - Noun
- (rare) A thing that is out of its proper place; the geographic counterpart to anachronism.
- 1836: Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Henry Nelson Coleridge, Esq., M. A., ed, The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
- 1912: Augustus Hopkins Strong, Miscellanies
- 1921: John Anthony Scott, The Unity of Homer
- 1995: Tony Killick, The Flexible Economy: Causes and Consequences of the Adaptability of National Economies
- 2006: Lilie Chouliaraki, The Spectatorship of Suffering