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  • adjective Not modern

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Examples

  • This assessment sounds not only apocalyptic, but also "unmodern," if not anachronistic.

    Unpopular Prospect of World War III: The 20th Century Is Not Over Yet

  • Internationalization has, in practice, been a process of everyone's coming to live and act the same; the Japanese gave up their kimonos because they were considered "unmodern," while Beijing destroyed its old city for the same reason.

    Damage Control

  • A philosopher, at any rate, should be able to endure the charge of being 'unmodern' with fortitude.

    Recent Developments in European Thought

  • They do the trick, certainly, for kids who need a rugged keyboard in class, but at first blush, they seem remarkably "unmodern", particularly when netbooks can be had for $200 that allow far greater capabilities than essentially glorified typewriters.

    ZDNet News - News Page One

  • This assessment sounds not only apocalyptic, but also "unmodern," if not anachronistic.

    American Chronicle

  • This assessment sounds not only apocalyptic, but also "unmodern," if not anachronistic.

    American Chronicle

  • Just about * all* religious texts have some pretty unmodern sentiments.

    Matthew Yglesias » Free Speech

  • Just about * all* religious texts have some pretty unmodern sentiments.

    Matthew Yglesias » Free Speech

  • She used to say she was the most unmodern woman in the world because she had no ambition at all.

    Scarlet Nights

  • She used to say she was the most unmodern woman in the world because she had no ambition at all.

    Scarlet Nights

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