Definition of modernly in English:

modernly

adverb

  • See modern

    • ‘As in every modernly held view, there are significant historical antecedents.’
    • ‘You can spend one or two days here living in the villas on the mountains, which, unfortunately, are modernly designed.’
    • ‘I simply want to know how you feel about them modernly.’
    • ‘The only differences were that the people were dressed much more modernly and the entire town was crammed together so there was absolutely no space between buildings.’
    • ‘I do not want to criticize the government for inviting foreign designers to plan these suburban projects, which will benefit the farming population by providing them with clean and modernly equipped apartments.’
    • ‘My hair color also clashed with my skin color, since after all, my hair was black and cut modernly short.’