avant-garde

[ uh-vahnt-gahrd, uh-vant-, av-ahnt-, ah-vahnt-; French a-vahn-gard ]SEE DEFINITION OF avant-garde

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The avant-garde of 500 regulars and 400 provincials, commanded by Lieut.-Col.

Reading the avant-garde stuff of nowadays, usually the contrast is merely grotesque, still I keep finding parallels.

She got possession of the kiln, as usual, and the ass was sent to graze on the green; but Mary was only the avant-garde.

Unlike elsewhere in Eastern Europe, there has been no experimental or avant-garde theater in Bulgaria.

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adjectiveconsciously affecting the unfashionable, weird, or bizarre
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