ultrasophisticated

ul·tra·so·phis·ti·cat·ed

 (ŭl′trə-sə-fĭs′tĭ-kā′tĭd)
adj.
Very sophisticated.
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And yet, China's airports, even those far from the most major of major cities, are ultrasophisticated in the efficiency of their toilets, from running hot and cold water to automatic flushing and changing of paper seatcovers.
It's the company behind the ultrasophisticated It would seem like the sort of thing Google would be into, and you would be right and wrong - Alphabet (Google's parent company) did own Boston Dynamics, until this week, when they sold it to Softbank.
Petrol-heads have the opportunity to fling a Ferrari F430 or 458 Italia around one of the quickest circuits in Britain, or get to grips with the ultra-rare - not to mention ultra-fast and ultrasophisticated - 6.
The top secret guided missile destroyer HMS Glasgow one of three ultrasophisticated Type 42 warships built on the Tyne was being fitted out at Swan Hunter's Neptune Yard at Wallsend.
It was a good choice for the ultrasophisticated crowd at Madrid; you cant out-foam, out-gel and out-edible sand the kind of audience that it had.
Art and pornography vie for prominence in this ultrasophisticated yet sordid take on fashion and photography.
In defence, it is a key player in the Astute submarine project, the Royal Navy's ultrasophisticated new fleet, which has avoided the axe in the spending cuts.
Jemma says: "Glam up any look with a touch of red-carpet sparkle but go for subtle glitters to keep it ultrasophisticated.
Baraka's poetic mandate to "Check yourself, learn who/it is/speaking, when you make some ultrasophisticated point, check / yourself,/ .
Like an ultrasophisticated voice mail system, VoiCert resides on its own server in the data center and is connected to the regular phone system using standard telephone cables.
When a single light appears to course up and down the darkened work before stopping in the center and exploding (think of using an ultrasophisticated version of Lite-Brite to illustrate the Big Bang), for example, it floods the adjacent walls.
In a reprise of John von Neumann's 1950s project, "Owning the Weather" foresees a time in the coming two decades when ultrasophisticated computer-prediction models will allow U.