from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or relating to the future.
- adj. Of, characterized by, or expressing a vision of the future: futuristic decor.
- adj. Being ahead of the times; innovative or revolutionary: futuristic computer software.
- adj. Of or relating to futurism.
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- adj. Of technology, a concept, etc, advanced so far beyond that which is current as to appear to be from the future.
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- adj. of or relating to futurism
I think going for merely "futuristic" is short sighted.
Amateurs create plenty of good concepts and many of them would happily let NASA use their artwork in futuristic PR materials at no expense to the taxpayer.
The project is not the first time Reading University scientists have combined electronics and the body in futuristic experiments.
After Custer is killed and Morris is wounded he is suddenly rescued by a man in futuristic armor and taken through a strange portal.
October 23, 2009Set in futuristic Metro City, Astro Boy is about a young robot with incredible powers created by a brilliant scientist named Tenma (Nicolas Cage).
He's a phenomenal actor, but fits more in futuristic and sophisticated roles like in Iron Man than in westerns.
Their products 'free-flowing functionality reminds one of certain futuristic Fellini films or independent, avant garde productions set in an undated time and space.
I keep having to go back and layer in futuristic details.
Set in futuristic Metro City, Astro Boy is about a young robot with incredible powers created by a brilliant scientist.
With the death earlier this year of Arthur C Clarke, the last of science fiction's Golden Age giants, and with mainstream literature becoming increasingly speculative and futuristic, is science fiction as a genre dying out?