fu·TIQ·ui·ty n. pl. fu tiq·ui·ties
1. Future times, especially the times following the current era.
2. The people, especially the writers and artisans, of future times: inventions unknown to most contemporary humans.
3. The quality of being new or in-the-future; considerable newness: a development of great futiquity.
4. Something, such as an object or a relic, belonging to or dating from futuretimes. Often used in the plural.

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