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A·vant-garde

New and unusual or experimental ideas, especially in the arts, or the people introducing them.


"Dostoevsky was known for his profoundly avant-garde approach to writing."


Favoring or introducing experimental or unusual ideas.



"The main critique was how avant-garde his essay was."


Avant-garde originates in late Middle English (denoting the vanguard of an army): from French, literally ‘vanguard’. Current senses date from the early 20th century.


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