modernistic

[mod-er-nis-tik]
adjective
2.
of or pertaining to modernism or modernists.

Origin:
1905–10; modern + -istic

modernistically, adverb
antimodernistic, adjective
nonmodernistic, adjective
promodernistic, adjective
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modernism (ˈmɒdəˌnɪzəm)
 
n
1.  modern tendencies, characteristics, thoughts, etc, or the support of these
2.  something typical of contemporary life or thought
3.  See International Style a 20th-century divergence in the arts from previous traditions, esp in architecture
4.  (capital) RC Church the movement at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries that sought to adapt doctrine to the supposed requirements of modern thought
 
'modernist
 
n, —adj
 
modern'istic
 
adj
 
modern'istically
 
adv

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Example sentences
End table lamps are modernistic, with blue bases and white shades.
Unfortunately, his style calcified into tricky panoplies of stock modernistic
  forms, more suited to punchy graphic art.
Nearby are modernistic silver serving pieces and other shipboard relics.
The three-story aluminum building, complete with skylights, received national
  recognition for its modernistic design.
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