Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


If he wants to be ultra-modern, let him live with her by all means—and introduce her to his people.

I am ultra-modern, very old-fashioned: savagely incongruous.

He had lost faith, not in himself, but in the resources of ultra-modern advertising.

Budapest makes a very modern impression; some of the women are ultra-modern.

They know you know your business and that you are not only ultra-modern, but a pioneer.

They were not the ultra-modern type of old lady who at sixty apes sixteen.

It counted in her favor that she was not clever or ultra-modern.

Truly Balliol has much more to show to the visitor than its ultra-modern front on the Broad would promise.

And even the man-about-town stands aghast at the ultra-modern crazes.

Only here and there is there the slightest disillusion, and this mainly in the use of some ultra-modern phrase or word.