But the percentage in a modernly equipped filature is very small.
But the schools and University of Copenhagen are modernly equipped.
modernly the name seemed briefly to suggest some one who made a lot of money out of nothing but audacity.
Minga's tone somehow had nothing that could be modernly recognized as rudeness.
Maeterlinck feels too modernly to make use of that ancient sensuous imagery.
If obligation existed—and it did, in a way—did not this discharge it, subtly and modernly?
Each hotel is individual in character and architecture, completely and modernly equipped.
Antwerp is one of the largest, most modernly equipped and efficient ports in Europe.
Palm-oil has brought them luxurious homes, modernly furnished.
Follow the fragile, venturesome forms of our delicate, modernly dressed ladies to the ball room.
c.1500, "now existing;" 1580s, "of or pertaining to present or recent times;" from Middle French moderne (15c.) and directly from Late Latin modernus "modern" (Priscian, Cassiodorus), from Latin modo "just now, in a (certain) manner," from modo (adv.) "to the measure," ablative of modus "manner, measure" (see mode (n.1)). Extended form modern-day attested from 1909.
In Shakespeare, often with a sense of "every-day, ordinary, commonplace." Slang abbreviation mod first attested 1960. Modern art is from 1807 (by contrast to ancient); modern dance first attested 1912; first record of modern jazz is from 1954. Modern conveniences first recorded 1926.
1580s, "person of the present time" (contrasted to ancient, from modern (adj.). From 1897 as "one who is up to date."