from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A promoter of innovation
  • n. An innovator

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who favors innovation.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who favors or practises innovation; a believer in or advocate of experimental change.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The pulse-pause model is an "innovationist" one - it suggests that the big expansions were driven by big advances in technology, or social organisation.

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  • Google Australia's "innovationist", Justin Baird, developed the


  • Every day Google innovationist Justin Baird pedals to work at the internet giant

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  • And you, Sarah, are the most innovationist of them all.

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  • The interview continues to discuss the nature of Bux's book and also points to the Bux's position that being either radically innovationist or immobilist with regard to the liturgy is untenable -- a point that is shared by many within the usus antiquior movement and the reform of the reform movement it is worth noting.

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  • Every day Google innovationist Justin Baird pedals to work at the internet giant, where he is thinking big in his global campaign to act on climate change.

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  • Most importantly, such innovationist trends undermine the evangelistic spirit that is the true 'vision of the OCA': the missionary work of St. Herman and our other saints that labored in North America to bring Orthodoxy to the non-Orthodox, as well as to the nominally and pious Orthodox.



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