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mod

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of mod

  1. 1 being or involving the latest methods, concepts, information, or styles <the young artist's converted loft is decorated in a self-consciously mod style> Synonyms contemporary, current, designer, hot, modern, modernistic, new, new age, newfangled, new-fashioned, present-day, red-hot, space-age, state-of-the-art, ultramodern, up-to-date, up-to-the-minuteRelated Words fashionable, happening, in, modish, nouvelle, now, stylish; last, latest; modernized, updated; futuristic, high-tech (also hi-tech); latter-day, recentNear Antonyms anachronistic; aged, age-old, ancient, antediluvian, hoary, old, venerable; bygone, former, late, olden, past; antique, historic, historical; retro, retrograde; kaput (also kaputt), obsolete, outmoded, outworn, unmodernized; old-world; discarded, disused, moth-eaten; forgotten, remote; ageless, dateless, timelessAntonyms antiquated, archaic, dated, fusty, musty, oldfangled, old-fashioned, old-time, out-of-date, passé

  2. 2 keenly aware of and responsive to the latest developments especially in fashion and entertainment <a chichi boutique for mod dressers with deep pockets> Synonyms cool [slang], def [slang], downtown, groovy, hep, hip, in, au courant, now, trendy, turned-on, with-itRelated Words à la mode (also a la mode), chic, fashionable, modish, sharp, smart, snappy, stylish, voguishNear Antonyms geeky, nerdish, nerdy; dowdy, styleless, unfashionable, unstylishAntonyms out, uncool, unhip, untrendy




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