anti modernist

modernist

[mod-er-nist]
noun
1.
a person who follows or favors modern ways, tendencies, etc.
2.
a person who advocates the study of modern subjects in preference to ancient classics.
3.
an adherent of modernism in theological questions.
adjective
4.
of modernists or modernism.

Origin:
1580–90; modern + -ist

antimodernist, noun, adjective
hypermodernist, noun
promodernist, adjective, noun
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modernist
1580s, a modern person, from modern + -ist. Later, a supporter of the modern (as opposed to the classical), c.1700. As a follower of a movement in the arts (modernism) attested from 1927.
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