inventiveness


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in·ven·tive

 (ĭn-vĕn′tĭv)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characterized by invention.
2. Adept or skillful at inventing; creative.

in·ven′tive·ly adv.
in·ven′tive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.inventiveness - the power of creative imaginationinventiveness - the power of creative imagination  
creative thinking, creativeness, creativity - the ability to create
resourcefulness, imagination, resource - the ability to deal resourcefully with unusual problems; "a man of resource"

inventiveness

inventiveness

noun
Translations
القُدْرَه على الإخْتِراع
vynalézavost
opfindsomhed
hugvitssemi
icat yeteneğiyaratıcılık

inventiveness

[ɪnˈventɪvnɪs] Ninventiva f, ingenio m

inventiveness

[ɪnˈvɛntɪvnɪs] ninventivité f

inventiveness

inventiveness

[ɪnˈvɛntɪvnɪs] ninventiva

invent

(inˈvent) verb
1. to be the first person to make or use (eg a machine, method etc). Who invented the microscope?; When was printing invented?
2. to make up or think of (eg an excuse or story). I'll have to invent some excuse for not going with him.
inˈvention (-ʃən) noun
1. the act of inventing or the ability to invent. He had great powers of invention.
2. something invented. What a marvellous invention the sewing-machine was!
inˈventive (-tiv) adjective
good at inventing. an inventive mind.
inˈventiveness noun
inˈventor noun
a person who invents. Alexander Graham Bell was the inventor of the telephone.
see also discover.
References in classic literature ?
Line by line he read on, and still the ready inventiveness which had never deserted him yet failed to answer the call made on it now.
This amused him sometimes a little, and made him endure the siege with patience; but it did not prevent his getting very tired, or from talking at every moment of returning to Paris--so that if the messengers and the spies had failed, his Eminence, notwithstanding all his inventiveness, would have found himself much embarrassed.
Furthermore, the inventiveness of David is beyond that of Porthos, who cannot play by himself, and knows not even how to take a solitary walk, while David invents playfully all day long.
Pioneering Great British Products - a new report published today by EEF, the manufacturers' organisation, and Siemens - has disappointingly revealed that consumers are unaware how much British inventiveness has contributed to the world.
Featuring the voices of John Goodman, Billy Crystal, Steve Buscemi and James Coburn in one of his last roles, it's every inch a Pixar film, from its colourful appearance, surfeit of in-jokes and sheer inventiveness.
The company, absent from Liverpool for some years, brought with them under the title Declarations a high level of inventiveness, spectacular dance moves and a pure energy.
London, September 25 (ANI): John Mayer has revealed it is his inventiveness in making love which has made him successful in dating some of the hottest women in Hollywood.
Sanderson leads his readers through a long and difficult puzzle, but the freshness and inventiveness of the conclusion make the ending well worth the wait for a reader who finds delight in serious fantasy lore.
You won't notice much in terms of design -- or inventiveness -- but the action is more manic, and the genteel, droll Britishness has been given a decidedly raucous flavor.
Some of Hockney's most recent works, also included, attest to the continued breadth of his inventiveness.
Altogether, Mda's choice of setting, his quirky but compelling characters, his use of humor, and his inventiveness make this novel, his fifth, a standout.
From the sheer madness of some of the products at CES to the sheer inventiveness of James Bongiorno's circuitry to the sheer delight of disc player s in the budget-price range, all we can say is, "Go figure