Examples of brainchild in a Sentence
The museum is the brainchild of a wealthy art collector.
the artificial language Esperanto was the brainchild of L. L. Zamenhof, a Polish oculist
Recent Examples of brainchild from the Web
Brainstorm Design is the brainchild of Norman Pearlstine, senior advisor to Brainstorm Design and former editor-in-chief and vice chairman of Time Inc. The conversation resumes next year at Brainstorm Design 2019 in Singapore on Mar. 5-7.
Philly’s Kanye Loves Kanye party is the brainchild of Michael Anthony, the editor and director of the nightlife publication and events promotion firm There’s Drinking to Be Done.
This project is the brainchild of hospitality veterans Andrew Goodman and Stefan Bowers, the tag team behind other San Antonio Express-News Top 100 spots Battalion and Feast.
Babcock Ranch is the brainchild of Syd Kitson, who played in the NFL before turning to real estate in 1986.
The bimonthly brunch was born in March of 2017, and is the brainchild of two friends: Destiny Arturet and Alisha Acquaye.
The Portal to Texas History is the brainchild of Cathy Nelson Hartman, the interim dean for the UNT library.
The modern Italian joint, a full-service, sit-down restaurant located inside the Pizitz Food Hall is the brainchild of chef Akhtar Nawab, a New York City-restaurateur who trained under famed chef Tom Colicchio, founder of Gramercy Tavern.
Zig, which launched on Jan. 14, is the brainchild of entrepreneurs Joshua James, the company's CEO, and Adam Platzner, its president.
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BRAINCHILD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of brainchild for English Language Learners
: an idea, plan, or creation of one person
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