Words nearby modernist
OTHER WORDS FROM modernistan·ti·mod·ern·ist, noun, adjectivehy·per·mod·ern·ist, nounpro·mod·ern·ist, adjective, noun
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Every fan of modernist design is probably familiar with a few big names.
How did they suddenly become so prominent in the modernist design movement?
Modernist in style, it has a great sloping roof and circular windows offering views of the city.
Stuff like a $345 key-shaped brass bottle opener by Viennese modernist designer Carl Aubock.
Some day, when I can afford it, I will buy myself a nice Danish modernist desk.
To call a spiritual thing external and not internal is the chief mode of modernist excommunication.A Short History of England|G. K. Chesterton
In the light of later experience it is difficult not to be impressed by the modernist flavour of Wallace's attack.Political Thought in England from Locke to Bentham|Harold J. Laski
Whether such a man calls himself traditionalist or modernist does not greatly matter.Painted Windows|Harold Begbie
Strange, by the way, that no modernist has translated the horrors of the modern Tusculum into terms of sound and fury!
Readers unfamiliar with Modernist literature will probably have read the foregoing extracts with utter amazement.Outspoken Essays|William Ralph Inge