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Use "unmodern" in a sentence
"This assessment sounds not only apocalyptic, but also "unmodern," if not anachronistic."
"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."
"A philosopher, at any rate, should be able to endure the charge of being 'unmodern' with fortitude."