Televisioning Subjects are ushered into comfortable TV rooms with state-of-the-art TVs with cable, DVD, videogame players, etc.
It had a salon for Carey, a state-of-the-art recording studio, and an indoor swimming pool covered by a cloud ceiling.
And thanks to her, the Crawford ranch is a state-of-the-art model of ecological correctness.
London is a world-class medical center to which patients flock from all over the world for state-of-the-art medical procedures.
Seventy percent of those forces will be outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment.
He has since stabilized with the help of a highly restrictive diet and the use of a state-of-the-art hyperbaric oxygen chamber.
All three of the airplanes in these three crashes are state-of-the-art, delivered in the last decade.
Nonetheless, within a few years after 9/11, Heathrow and other British airports were state-of-the-art.
This is all really just an advanced version of the state-of-the-art of right now.
So if this weekend sees you outside whirring with your state-of-the-art metal detector, happy hunting.
1967, from noun phrase (1910), earlier status of the art (1889). The phrase itself was in use from mid-19c.
The latest; the very newest and most advanced: Many of the escort services are so state-of-the-art that they make Toner's look primitive
[1967+; found by 1889 in the form present status of the art, which anticipates the modern use]