Extremely modern in ideas or style; completely up-to-date.(adjective)
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Use "ultramodern" in a sentence
"Is America ready to experience new furniture and the "ultramodern" feel of occasional standing?"
"Benecken characterized the entire hacking case as "ultramodern" and said that, in a way, it exemplified the "downside" of today's digital age "that can easily been taken advantage of by savvy youths with those skills and a lot of time.""
"Erhard Rohm's set suggested an ultramodern art gallery, with one exposed brick wall and Cardillac's creations glowing out of jagged, iceberg-like display cases."