- n. Plural form of inspiration.
“One of our inspirations is the social process that wikipedia uses for contentious entries.”
“You are one of the main inspirations for my PhD and your blogs always give me something to think about!!”
“My main inspirations for most of what I do, are the sea and the idea of endless possibilities of design … I wanted elaborate details and was often upset with the idea of beautiful ornamental architecture being destroyed because I thought the craft of it was lost.”
“As a matter of fact I enjoy it so much it was one of the main inspirations in starting my own.”
“Jalali acknowledges that bodybuilders are stereotyped as having no passion beyond weightlifting, and the enthusiasm he brings to explaining his artistic inspirations is quite inspiring.”
“The religious nature of these tales, all of which take the child as the center of attention, points to connections with and inspirations from the cults of Mary and of the Christ Child.”
“First, in terms of form, it derives its inspirations from a whole new set of writers and ways of writing — still predominantly Western, but no longer so stolidly canonical.”
“Oscar Milosz, like William Blake, drew inspirations from the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg, a scientist who, earlier than anyone else, foresaw the defeat of man, hidden in the Newtonian model of the Universe.”
““And that’s one of the main inspirations for the whole music.””
“Among his inspirations is his father, a prostate-cancer survivor.”
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