latter-day

[lat-er-dey]
adjective
1.
of a later or following period: latter-day pioneers.
2.
of the present period or time; modern: the latter-day problems of our society.

Origin:
1835–45; latter + day

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latter-day
 
adj
present-day; modern

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Example sentences
He is recognized by common consent as the chief latter-day orator of his
  section.
But although his critique of latter-day environmentalism strains in a few
  places, it does have a larger coherence.
Her latter-day followers tried to tone down her messianic pretensions, but they
  were clear, and outlasted her life.
He was embarking on a trip in the style of a latter-day pasha.
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