Neotric
from Fancyclopedia 2 ca. 1959
(Hearst:Ackerman) An adjective of vague meaning, seeming to involve hospitality to new ideas [odd thing for Wm R Hearst to support!], startling innovations that are little more than whimsy, and novelty for novelty's sake. But neotric habits as the wearing of green-rimmed harlequin spectacles, use of green-and-brown typeribbon, and streamlynd or simplifyd spelng were just a Pacificoastfan version of Bohemianism.
from Fancyclopedia 1 ca. 1944
(Hearst:Ackerman) - An adjective of rather vague meaning, seeming to involve hospitality to new ideas, startling innovations that are little more than whims, and novelty for novelty's sake. Such neotric habits as the wearing of green-rimmed harlequin spectacles and use of green-and-brown typeribbon and streamlynd spelng (simplifyditto) are Pacificoastfan version of Bohemianism.