Did you perchance mean postmodern?
“I write about Cuny not just because he became a friend who touched all who knew him, but because his world was the world in which I am interested here, and his engagements on some of the battlefields of what is often called post-modern warfare show the scope and complexity of finding international solutions to local or regional crises.”
“Or maybe they go for comedy and make Barbie a distaff Don Quixote who sails through life thinking everything is as perfect as her smile (à la the post-modern masterpiece known as The Brady Bunch Movie)?”
“This place (beautiful, by the way) looks like a post-modern cathedral.”
“However, there are some excellent 'old labour 'style policies I'd vote for, unfortunately allied to post-modern, psuedo-sciencey rubbish that reads like the ramblings of a drugged horse (halts to stem cell research, animal experimentation and a promotion of alternative therpaies etc).”
“Only a post-modern, multi-cultural, cultural-relative, non-rational analysis could conclude that corruption was subjective.”
“The Oscars tend to try to go a little more outside the box — although that backfired when they went for the James Franco-Anne Hathaway pairing, where there was no chemistry and Franco's self-consciously post-modern/social media approach was a complete misfire.”
“The corner of Broadway and Melrose, in the heart of Chicago's Boystown, had become a post-modern Sodom and Gomorra.”
“The problem is that even these would be rewritten and restructured to support a post-modern liberal view.”
“Can I prove my assertion about post-modern thinking?”
“I wonder if our post-modern, neo-Christian, progressive church is shortchanging the Christian religion.”
Looking for tweets for post-modern.