anti–modern

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adjective an·ti–mod·ern \ˌan-tē-ˈmä-dərn, ÷-ˈmä-d(ə-)rən, ˌan-tī-\
variants: or less commonly

antimodern

Definition of anti–modern

  1. :  opposed to modernism or to modern beliefs and practices But clearly what disturbs Flores more is to discover these same anti-modern tendencies gaining ground on the secular left. — Mark Lilla … the common link among the various types of antimodern traditionalism. — Jeffrey Stout

1834

First Known Use of anti–modern

1834


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