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groundbreaking

adjective ground·break·ing \-ˌbrā-kiŋ\

: introducing new ideas or methods

Full Definition of GROUNDBREAKING

:  markedly innovative <has written a groundbreaking work>

Examples of GROUNDBREAKING

  1. She was honored for her groundbreaking work in nuclear physics.

First Known Use of GROUNDBREAKING

1907

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