neoteric

neoteric

/ˌniːə(ʊ)ˈtɛrɪk/
adjective
formal
New or modern; recent.
noun
A modern person; a person who advocates new ideas.

Origin
Late 16th century: via late Latin from Greek neōterikos, from neōteros ‘newer’, comparative of neos.

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After a thorough and formal examination, it has been determined that today’s word is neoteric…and is “neoteric”…ahem.

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