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- n. The condition of being ingenious.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being ingenious; ingenuity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being ingenious or prompt in invention; ingenuity.
- n. Cleverness; brightness; aptness.
- n. Ingenuousness; candor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the power of creative imagination
- n. the property of being ingenious
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His cynical narrator is a zombie hunter/P.I., and every single detail of his world has been worked out with breathtaking ingeniousness.
Without giving away too much, I must confess that I found the machinations behind the main storyline quite prosaic in comparison to what I was being led to expect from the sheer brilliance of exposition and ingeniousness of the main protagonists – especially Locke Lamora and his ability to outwit the devil himself.
As always, one is struck by the ingeniousness of our powerful elite in politics, media, and finance.
We appreciate the ingeniousness of that cake even if the folks at the cake show didn't!
The ingeniousness of such a potential plan stems from the former 'No' unionist camp being able to amalgamate the first preference votes of the status quo and Calman options from the multi-option referendum model and pretty much guarantee a win, particularly given that they are voting 'for' more powers and not 'against' separation.
That Rossellini could accomplish this in projects hobbled by tiny budgets and various production and distribution mishaps attests to both his artistry and his ingeniousness.
It will be your ingeniousness that will bring the powers of our wind, of our sun, our geothermal, our oceans.
Although that effort fizzled, Hillary's people kept it up throughout election day itself, blocking votes with a persistence and ingeniousness that must have awed -- and certainly delighted -- Karl Rove himself.
As in one story which I have forgotten the name of, a man is about to die, and just at that time does he truly value the artistic and mechanical ingeniousness of his body.
The ingeniousness of Ceserole's doctrine, as filtered through the sensibility of Hugo Chávez, resides in its blending of Marxist economics with two venerable anti-Semitic traditions.