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- adv. In an inventive manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By the power of invention.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an inventive manner
"Dreamland", which exploits the idea inventively and colourfully.
The centrepiece of the Six Nations may be a tipping point, with imperious England marching resolutely and inventively forward.
Though all the undemocratic regimes of the Arab world are unremittingly cruel, Assad's must stand out as the most inventively macabre.
His insights, inventively and closely argued, were drawn not from the American experience of war but from the field of economics, in which he was an accomplished, prominent figure.
An automation of this nature in the inventively advanced culture the background of this picture implies, would be as astounding a sight, I should think, as a ball-point pen in present-day European or American society.
Ok Go, the amazing band known for their inventively entertaining music videos, have unleashed their latest creation upon the world.
Director T.J. Castronovo inventively guides the cast, there are some hilarious phony videos of a campaign ad and news coverage, and Dixon, Altadel and Byers are blessed with not only acting chops but fine voices that will get the vote of even the most disgruntled voter.
I give major props to writer Robb White and Director William Castle for taking a classic, campy horror film, taking what made it work, and simply and inventively updating it.
Once he did, pleasant surprises abounded: Mr. Street's inventively altered basslines to "The Gadfly"; Chris Potter's searing tenor-sax solo on "Secret Life"; the way, in certain moments, he felt he was "witnessing whole new forms being born within my creations."
Produced so inventively that it still often feels avant garde, The Whole Love unifies Wilco's leftfield and pop sensibilities.
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