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ultramodern

[uhl-truh-mod-ern] /ˌʌl trəˈmɒd ərn/
adjective
1.
very advanced in ideas, design, or techniques.
Origin of ultramodern
1835-1845
1835-45; ultra- + modern
Related forms
ultramodernism, noun
ultramodernist, noun
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  • The remarkable blend of the very old and the ultramodern was visible everywhere in Cairo.

    The Egyptian Cat Mystery Harold Leland Goodwin
  • The spectacle was at once ultramodern and classic in antiquity of conception.

    The Flying Mercury Eleanor M. Ingram
  • The effect of the wall and a wide-beamed door they could see to the left was ultramodern.

    Old Rambling House Frank Patrick Herbert
British Dictionary definitions for ultramodern

ultramodern

/ˌʌltrəˈmɒdən/
adjective
1.
extremely modern
Derived Forms
ultramodernism, noun
ultramodernist, noun
ultramodernistic, adjective
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