modernistic

[ mod-er-nis-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF modernistic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MODERNISTIC

He was among the first to sound the alarm about Loisy's heterodoxy and he wrote several books against the Modernistic errors.

The waiting room was furnished with modernistic wicker pieces.

This modernistic degenerate cult is simply the Bolshevist philosophy applied in art.

WORD ORIGIN

1878, from modernist + -ic.

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