ultramodern

[ UK /ˌʊltɹɐmˈɒdən/ ]
[ US /ˌəɫtɹəˈmɑdɝn/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. extremely modern
    Dadism and ultramodern art
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How To Use ultramodern In A Sentence

  • This ultramodern amphitheater accommodates more than 9,000 fans in oversized, cushioned seating.
  • The building was designed by an American architect and features an ultramodern, snow-white exterior embedded with thin strips of multicolored lights.
  • The Filth is a gorgeously well-appointed book, boasting ultramodern design, mad ideas on every page and some of the most eye-poppingly tasty art this side of the Tate.
  • Education is necessary, it is said, to sustain society as it is, to conform to a pattern set by the so-called establishment, traditional or ultramodern.
  • In today's ultramodern world of multigenre hybrids and high-intensity actioners, titles with strong ties to the past are a rarity.
  • The surroundings range from clubby to ultramodern.
  • The Rice Center hired a Boston PhD, who told Amdall that he had a perfect model for predicting ridership: the elevated, automated, very ultramodern Detroit People Mover.
  • Is America ready to experience new furniture and the "ultramodern" feel of occasional standing? David Gregory Is Really Excited About Meet The Press's New Furniture
  • The refurbished original building houses a bistro and to-go counter, and a new, ultramodern north wing encloses the posh and excellent Sutro's restaurant.
  • Not for its ultramodern architecture; we have suburban office parks from Tampa to Tacoma that can match it for glitz.
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