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futuristic (adj.)

by 1856 in theology, with reference to prophecy; 1915 as "avant garde, ultra-modern," from futurist (see futurism) + -ic. Meaning "pertaining to the future, predicted to be in the future" is from 1921, from future (n.) + -istic.

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Definitions of futuristic

futuristic (adj.)
of or relating to futurism;
Synonyms: futurist
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