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ultramodern

Syllabification: ul·tra·mod·ern
Pronunciation: /ˌəltrəˈmädərn
 
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Definition of ultramodern in English:

adjective

Incorporating ideas, styles, or techniques only recently developed or available: a wave of ultramodern architecture
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  • 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.
  • The projects Eck chose for the book are not ultramodern or hypertraditional in style.
  • When it made the switch from Granada to SubWorld they renovated the lobby and lower lounge in that mad 60s jet-age style, and the contrast between the ultramodern public areas and the oddly archaic theater was part of its charm.

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