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noun as in all living things

noun as in invention, concoction

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You can find fourteen of these copper creations, all initially containing 3,900 liters of liquid apiece, on the Macallan estate.

This amazing device is not only a production tool; the iPhone also gives their users the ability to share their creations.

The Jews who migrated to the United States have assimilated into its society, as have their creations.

A new exhibit in Atlanta looks back at some of their most inventive creations.

Models wearing his creations would participate in the unfolding of a theme, either drama or parody.

If this were not permissible, the number of the grandest creations of artistic genius would be most seriously limited.

Outside the creations of the great Italian melodists he admitted no music whatever.

Your own original creations will probably not make their appearance for another five years.

What a difference is here with simple Hemling and the extraordinary creations of his pencil!

Caliban, Ariel, the love-scene—all belong to the highest creations of art.


On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to creations, such as: formation, production, establishment, foundation, conception, and constitution.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.