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
The guide was the brainchild of Ann Barr and Peter York, the features editor and a writer (respectively) for London’s Harpers & Queens magazine.
The colorful exhibition is the brainchild of Oh Happy Day, artist Leah Rosenberg, and designer Erin Jang, and its 15 original works of art will be housed in two-story space, complete with a vivid, striped facade.
The brainchild of producer Jay Ward, cartoonist Alex Anderson and head writer Bill Scott, the program was an occasionally surreal sendup of Cold War politics, U.S. variety shows and classic fairy tales.
The brainchild of a San Diego doctor named George Delgado, ‘‘
The baby roadsters were the brainchild of Powel Crosley, who became rich and famous first by making radios and appliances.
The week-long event is the brainchild of Mobile's DJ Dirty Dan of WBLX FM.
The garden was the brainchild of culinary instructor Lori Clark and was developed with the help of Adrienne Detanico of The Organic Gardener, a business in Highland Park, Ill., that creates organic, edible gardens.
That 168 seconds of noise, now known as the Arecibo message, was the brainchild of the astronomer Frank Drake, then the director of the organization that oversaw the Arecibo facility.
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First Known Use of brainchild
Synonymsinvention, coinage, concoction, contrivance, creation, innovation, wrinkle
Related Wordscontraption, device, gadget, gizmo (also gismo), novelty; design, product, work; dream, fantasy (also phantasy), picture, vision; conception, imagining, origination
Near Antonymscarbon copy, clone, copy, dupe, duplicate, duplication, facsimile, imitation, reduplication, replica, replication, reproduction
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