Underchroniest, adj.

the most beneath time

Used in a Sentence

April 2016
"The discovery of multiple dimensions of time gave new meaning to deep history. New substances with additional temporal friction allowed people to slow their passage through linear time and without that momentum found themselves drifting deeper down the Y-axis of time. The underchroniest layer discovered in this process was documented as a low-energy grey environment, where little appeared to change and the native sentients ploughed through their lives, working and watching television - pausing only to drink and procreate sufficiently to propagate the species." (submitted by tomcoates)

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