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adjective as in ahead of one's time

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Having made quite a nice chunk of change by selling a Windjammer fairing to everybody in America with a motorcycle, Craig Vetter began cranking out his futuristic, modified KZ1000 Mystery Ship.

It’s not so hard to translate “futuristic” into titanium and carbon-reinforced plastic when you’re only building three bikes a day by hand—200 total—and charging $60K for each one.

The panelists said futuristic applications like enhancing intelligence, or making kids with increased disease resistance, remain too uncertain to attempt.

Musk continually drifted away from medicine and back to a much more futuristic “general population device,” which he called the company’s “overall” aim.

The futuristic casing was created by the industrial design firm Woke Studio, in Vancouver.

In the future, the ship could be fitted with futuristic lasers and electro-magnetic rail-guns too.

The massive inflatable structure is filled with multi-colored light and takes a prehistoric yet futuristic shape.

It looks like a futuristic chaise longue, and is almost Grecian in its blinding-white color.

It is no coincidence that the strategies striving to solve SCI are futuristic.

Even better, it would use the funds to construct a futuristic $5 billion battery plant.

The furnishings are many hued, the cushions a flare of color, and the pictures fantastically futuristic.

Pillbot looked up from examination of the "doodles" and followed Gault over to the futuristic statuary.

It does not care twopence whether the method of their revelation is new or old, academic or futuristic.

They were anachronisms in this world; misfits; futuristic beings who dared not show themselves.

I got a quick impression, looking out the window, that the Germans were certainly the most modern, futuristic people in the world.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to futuristic, such as: innovative, modern, advanced, cutting edge, pioneering, and revolutionary.

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