- adv. In an innovative manner.
- From innovative + -ly. (Wiktionary)
“In proposing the amendment, I very much applaud the excellent work of Jane Hutt, the Assembly Minister for Education, Culture and Young People, and her" colleagues in innovatively and imaginatively developing the 14-to-19 curriculum in Wales.”
“In this transformational moment, a thought-leader may have a second opportunity to be heard and have their expression innovatively re-cast.”
“In Texas, I tried to do something innovatively, which is that, you know, there's a lot of talk about, you know, trigger locks being on guns sold in the future.”
“The actor, who is currently on a drive to visit various parts of the country in disguise to 'innovatively' promote the movie, may soon find himself in a soup.”
“a background post by Latitude's Kim Gaskins, the survey aims to discover how children use and understand Web technology, the environmental factors that contribute to these understandings, and the extent to which children can think 'innovatively' about web technology.”
“Veer too far from this formula, no matter how innovatively, and you have a hard time convincing the money people.”
“Even the best sanctions efforts innovatively implemented have failed to meet our objectives.”
“And he was technologically one step ahead of everyone else as his campaign used new technology innovatively to organize new voters across the nation.”
“Some people used to think companies developing space would be a pipe dream but, lo and behold, it's happening, and quite innovatively as well.”
“In Tampa, a city in which tourism is a major component of economic vitality, Mayor Bob Buckhorn innovatively uses Foursquare to make lists of things for visitors to experience there.”
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