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Usonian

Usonian of or relating to the United States, in particular, relating to or denoting the style of buildings designed in the 1930s by Frank Lloyd Wright, characterized by inexpensive construction and flat roofs. The word is recorded from 1915, and is a partial acronym, from the initial letters of United States of North America + −ian.

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