what is difference between futurist and futuristic
future + -ist
futurist (plural futurists)
- (art) An adherent to the principles of the artistic movement of futurism.
- One who studies and predicts possible futures.
- Synonym: futurologist
futurist (comparative more futurist, superlative most futurist)
- In the style of futurism.
- Synonym: futuristic
- 2016, Eduardo Ledesma, Radical Poetry: Aesthetics, Politics, Technology, and the Ibero-American Avant-Gardes, 1900-2015, SUNY Press (→ISBN), page 126:
- Salvat took to heart what Marinetti was provocatively clamoring: “Futurist poetry, having already destroyed traditional metrics and created free verse, now destroys the Latin period and its syntax. Futurist poetry is a spontaneous uninterrupted flow of analogies, each synthesized in an essential noun”.
- futurist on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- futurism (disambiguation) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
From French futuriste or Italian futurista.
futurist m (plural futuriști)
- (Bosnia, Serbia): futùrista
- IPA(key): /futǔrist/
- Hyphenation: fu‧tu‧rist
futùrist m (Cyrillic spelling футу̀рист)
- “futurist” in Hrvatski jezični portal
From future + -istic.
- IPA(key): /ˈfjuːt͡ʃɚɪstɪk/
futuristic (comparative more futuristic, superlative most futuristic)
- Of technology, a concept, etc, so far advanced as to appear to be from the future.
- Synonym: futurist