Definition of Modernists

1. Noun. (plural of modernist) ¹



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Definition of Modernists

1. modernist [n] - See also: modernist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Modernists

modernisable
modernisation
modernisations
modernise
modernised
moderniser
modernisers
modernises
modernising
modernism
modernisms
modernist
modernista
modernistas
modernistic
modernists (current term)
modernities
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modernizations
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modernness
modernnesses

Literary usage of Modernists

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1. Church Unity: Studies of Its Most Important Problems by Charles Augustus Briggs (1909)
"THE modernists The Encyclical is directed against the doctrines of the modernists. Who are the modernists ? The name is given by the Encyclical to those ..."

2. The Number of Man, the Climax of Civilization by Philip Mauro (1910)
"order to measure the defiance and self-confidence of the modernists, the reader should also remember that this Encyclical is published by the modernists ..."

3. The Rise of English Literary Prose by George Philip Krapp (1915)
"VIII THE modernists MODERNISM AND REALISM—REALISM IN THE DRAMA—BEN JONSON—ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DISCUSSION—MEDICINE AND QUACKERY—MERRY JESTS AND TALES— ROGUE ..."

4. The Programme of Modernism: A Reply to the Encyclical of Pius X., Pascendi by Alfred Leslie Lilley (1908)
"THE APOLOGETIC OF THE modernists (a) Are we Agnostics ? Discussing the philosophy of the modernists, the Encyclical reprehends its agnostic principles, ..."

5. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne (1913)
"Through pride the modernists overestimate themselves. . . . We are not like other men . . . they reject all submission to authority . . . they pose as ..."

6. Rome and Jerusalem: A Study in Jewish Nationalism by Moses Hess (1918)
"... Krochmal, Sachs and Heine on Judah Hale•in—Mendelssohn and the modernists—Schorr —Sectarians without sects—Salvador—Fusionists and Freemasons—Hirsch—The ..."

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