avant-garde

Definition of avant-garde

a`vant`-garde´   Pronunciation: å`vänt´-gärd`
n.1.The most advanced group of people in any field of endeavor, especially in literary and artistic work, usually characterized by new ideas and experimental techniques.
a.1.Of, pertaining to, or belonging to the avant-garde.
2.Characterized by the use of experimental techniques; modern; daring; radical.

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daring, original
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