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Spell check of contemporary

Correct spelling: contemporary

Synonyms:
fresh, newfangled, age bracket, ultramodern, hot, current, in progress, prevailing, topical, novel, new, currency, new-fashioned, synchronal, novelty, hip, modernistic, latest, state-of-the-art, concurrent, au courant, synchronic, lateness, coexisting, designer, coextensive, newness, existing, mod, time, space-age, red-hot, futuristic, coincidental, up-to-date, present-day, advanced, knowledge, new age, present, synchronous, aged, at, avant-garde, coincident, now, under, age gap, coterminous, simultaneous, topicality, today's, modernity, peer, immediate, freshness, coetaneous, modern, alive, up-to-the-minute, coexistent, age, coeval, late-breaking, old, modern-day, recent, existent, contemporaneous.

Antonyms:
dated, old-world, nonsynchronous, discarded, late, moth-eaten, anachronistic, historical, retro, olden, hoary, bygone, timeless, old, dateless, nonmodern, historic, ageless, kaput, ancient, disused, passé, out-of-date, noncurrent, forgotten, remote, aged, antiquated, past, old-time, antediluvian, outworn, venerable, outmoded, asynchronous, unmodernized, archaic, musty, old-fashioned, oldfangled, fusty, former, antique, obsolete, retrograde, age-old.

Examples of usage:

1) However this may be, the fact is certain that most contemporary socialists have turned their backs on religion. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) How it Strikes a Contemporary. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.

3) Of this, since it is just beginning to show in the contemporary history of my country, I cannot say very much; and so, picking out a fact here and an incident there, I shall take leave for the rest of my tale to keep as closely as may be to my increasingly intricate personal story. - "The Debit Account", Oliver Onions.

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