unchronological

unchronological

(ʌnˌkrɒnəˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
1. not chronological; not arranged in chronological sequence
2. archaic (of people) not skilled in the use or observation of chronology; having a poor awareness of chronology
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Thanks to the aforementioned unchronological and digressive structure of the account, she is able to prolong the story, making her listener curious and desirous of hearing it in its entirety.
All these elements seemed even more interchangeable when viewed in this unchronological hang.
The final gallery is curated by Catherine Lampert, and after the artist's wordless personal pick, we must now draw our own conclusions from an unchronological grab bag of his work.
There never was any "end" to the "story," though, since the unchronological story of American Splendor is made of the myriad of anecdotes that constituted the late Harvey Pekar's daily life.
Royal Northern Sinfonia with Alexandre Bloch, Sage Gateshead Our professional orchestra continued its teasingly unchronological journey through Beethoven's nine symphonies (it began with six and ends on June 12 with three) with a sparkling performance of Symphony No.
O'Connell's thematic, unchronological approach gives a wide-ranging view of a controversial figure famous for the March to the Sea and the aphorism attributed to him: "War is hell."
Lalo's performance incorporates recorded music, a spectacle of lights and pornographic video clips to narrate unchronological memories of a traumatic past.
Weber's script spins on offering moments from the entire relationship in unchronological bits and pieces with the aim of creating an emotional mosaic.
She demonstrates that the peculiar, unchronological order of Barthes's publications in English had the effect of "defin[ing] Barthes's structuralist writings as the core of all that came before and after them, the goal and crowning achievement of the earlier work, the point of departure for his last (and ostensibly uniform) poststructuralist phase" (Bruss 366).
This unchronological flow gives the impression of suspension in an atemporal or non-linear space.
Responsible for documenting the years 1187-1224 in the abbey's Chronicon, Ralph reproduces his sources faithfully, save for his unchronological inclusion of six wonder tales, which must have captured his imagination, just as they do ours.
Ellsworth on Ellsworth: An Unchronological, Mostly True Account ...