very advanced in ideas, design, or techniques.
- ul·tra·mod·ern·ism, noun
- ul·tra·mod·ern·ist, noun
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How to use ultramodern in a sentence
This ultramodern minivan—Kia calls it a multipurpose vehicle—has the same rugged profile as a rough-and-tumble Land Rover Discovery.
It creates an ultramodern vibe that matches the club jam-type music.From Katy Perry to Alice in Chains, the Best Music Videos of the Week | Victoria Kezra | September 7, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The remarkable blend of the very old and the ultramodern was visible everywhere in Cairo.The Egyptian Cat Mystery | Harold Leland Goodwin
The effect of the wall and a wide-beamed door they could see to the left was ultramodern.Old Rambling House | Frank Patrick Herbert
Built of dark red porphyry, it was the nearest thing to a really ultramodern building Hank had seen in Moscow.Combat | Dallas McCord Reynolds
The spectacle was at once ultramodern and classic in antiquity of conception.The Flying Mercury | Eleanor M. Ingram
British Dictionary definitions for ultramodern
- ultramodernism, noun
- ultramodernist, noun
- ultramodernistic, adjective
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