Example sentences for: ahistorical

How can you use “ahistorical” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • One important point is that these regressions are ahistorical: by predicting a relationship between gene and protein composition, these studies imply that the history of a gene or species is unimportant compared to its current state.

  • Such ahistorical relationships are particularly useful in cases where the goal is prediction of the current state of a sequence (for example, for making PCR primers), rather than reconstruction of its history.

  • So, here we are once again on a canvas of ahistorical pop psychology, where the silence of the fathers and their devotion to commercial culture has crippled the sons, leaving them no source of meaning other than "Were they 'sexy'?

  • [a] resolutely ahistorical reinterpretation ...

  • The fact that the model holds independently for different lineages of organisms (for example, bacteria and eukaryotes), and, to a lesser extent, for individual genes within species, strongly suggests that the trends are ahistorical.


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