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  • adj. Possessing ingenuity; ingenious.


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  • Being ingenuitive as we are, we decided to go dig up a series of large rocks to throw across the water and use as stepping stones.

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  • We should see an actual prototype of the platform sometime later this year and suspect some equally-ingenuitive start-ups are already planning world vehicular domination via the concept.

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  • Way to be ingenuitive guys, but read up on what's happened in the last thirty years.

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  • Indian Wells is a solid pick for a mid-priced golf course in the Grand Strand thanks to an ingenuitive design that employs lots of doglegs and maneuvering around trees and lakes - plus course conditions that make you think you're on a premium-priced golf course.


  • Great Job Puli - very nice combination and the extra ccsm puli, profile is very ingenuitive. reply to this Content

  • Gray's Anatomy), may not have Soderbergh's signature touch, it does work in line with his ever-ingenuitive editing practices, and as a decidedly non-canonical portrait of its subject (the doc definitely leaves room for more traditional docs to be made in the future), it continues the director's selective approach to character study most recently seen with

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  • This word is a word that I made up. It's a combination of innovative and ingenious.

    June 30, 2008