- adj. Attributive form of space age
“You wait for a table in a long, corridor-like lounge area where the walls are lined with the work of Brazilian artists and the lighting is slightly space-age.”
“The only touch of overt theatricality is Seth Reiser's space-age lighting.”
“Really quite choppy in-browser, but it's a cool option, and it'll be great in the space-age when computers and connections are fast enough to support it running smoothly.”
“Models in Ryan's space-age, geek-chic, pattern-mixing collection had one wrist and half of a forearm spray-painted blue.”
“The apartment interiors, designed by the Graft Studio based in Berlin, have some avant-garde features, including glass-walled bathrooms and shiny space-age kitchens.”
“With a moon-inspired couch and a space-age bubble chair, this suite is an ideal launching pad for your Houston area mission.”
“In that space-age city, bylaws have made illegal "the existence of weeds, brush, rubbish and all other objectionable, unsightly and unsanitary matter of whatever nature covering or partly covering the surface of any lots or parcels of real estate.”
“Â Being a pre-Crisis Kryptonian, Kara has no problem flying forward in time, to join the teens in some very Silver Age sight-seeing followed by some space-age treats …”
“The spark of romance is obvious between the two applicants, even with their warring family members, like a space-age Capulet versus Montague saga.”
“One of the benefactors of his talent, Cee-Lo Green, returns the favor by singing with Mars on "The Other Side," a surging ballad that sounds like a space-age anthem.”
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