Examples of innovative in a Sentence
an innovative approach to the problem
a creative and innovative young designer
Recent Examples of innovative from the Web
The group carries on the legacy of innovative jazz vocal harmonies begun by New Orleans' own Boswell Sisters in 1925.
Yes, the studio that once brought you innovative games like Portal and Half-Life 2 is now seemingly the most boring trend-chaser around.
Theranos recently closed on a recapitalization of its recent investors, unifying their support as the Company moves toward commercializing its innovative technologies.
The Russian government has lost nearly half its oil revenue because of the innovative American ability to frack gas and oil, which has crashed world energy prices.
For the past two decades many of the most innovative, successful companies in the world coalesced in just a small number of cities — San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, to name a few — and housing prices exploded.
Innovative ideas such as these are welcome, yet a simpler approach could do more for Britain’s gig-economy workers.
Smorgasburg LA is a free open-air market known for its innovative food vendors.
Nicole was sent the VampStamp a few weeks ago and much to our delight, decided to give the innovative product a go on her channel so that her subscribers could witness the results.
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First Known Use of innovative
Synonymsclever, imaginative, ingenious, innovational, creative, innovatory, inventive, original, originative, Promethean
Antonymsuncreative, unimaginative, uninventive, unoriginal
Related Wordsgifted, inspired, talented; resourceful; fecund, fertile, fruitful, generative, germinal, productive, prolific
Near Antonymsimitative, uninspired; infertile, unproductive; talentless
INNOVATIVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of innovative for English Language Learners
: introducing or using new ideas or methods
: having new ideas about how something can be done
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