Classic and Mode

Classic

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Classic noun – Someone of such unequaled perfection as to deserve imitation.
Mode is an antonym for classic.
Nearby Words: classy, classical, classicist, classicism, classically
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Mode

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Mode noun – A practice or interest that is very popular for a short time.
Usage example: slim, tanned bodies are definitely the mode at this beach resort

Classic is an antonym for mode.
Nearby Words: modal, modeless
Antonyms for Mode
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old old classic old mode
original original classic original mode
true true classic true mode
critical critical classic critical mode
Other adjectives: popular, real, legendary, alternate, last, cinematic.

Both words in one sentence

  • Splat Zones (Splatoon's version of the classic King of the Hill mode) has a penalty mechanic.
  • Anime / GARO: The Animation Notably, the GARO armor becomes similar to the classic caped one we know of the franchise, compared to the light, seemingly-incomplete Sleep-Mode Size it has when Leon was using it.
  • The Arcade mode of ColourFire, in the vein of classic arcade games, only ends when the player dies; enemies just get stronger and spawn more quickly as time goes on.
    Source: Endless Game
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