Definition for creativity

noun as in artistry

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Example Sentences

Users are much more likely to engage with your posts if you incorporate an element of entertainment or creativity to capture their attention.

They offer a rigorous way to verify that a program works, and arguments about intuition and creativity are less important than finding an efficient way to solve a problem.

The breadth and creativity of the nurses’ innovations illustrate the importance of empowering workers to codesign workplace health and safety processes.

From Fortune

We are resigned to the ponderous structures and convoluted processes that put a brake on speed, a headlock on initiative, and lead boots on creativity.

From Quartz

While art made by algorithms can be unique and impressive, though, there’s one caveat that’s important to keep in mind when we worry about human creativity being rendered obsolete.

The culture of promotion through seniority kills creativity and effectiveness.

For OK Go the music video is medium for personal creativity, hype, and branding.

These industrial technologies have become the handmaidens of creativity.

Actually, Miles Davis was much intrigued by the sheer will to creativity of Coltrane on his better nights.

It removes Europe as the epicenter of creativity in a post-African world.

Religious dogma is sometimes used to shackle human creativity, and the form of belief is allowed to stifle the vitality of faith.

Together they were to ascend from plane to plane of delight, experiencing divine struggle and divine bliss and divine creativity.

Such engagements left him little time for literary creativity in the years before his death in 1747.

To know of, through and with nursing necessitates methods and techniques that honor freedom, creativity, and interconnectedness.

The mid-and late-1960s saw an outpouring of literary creativity that had been pent up during the preceding decade.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to creativity, such as: cleverness, genius, imagination, imaginativeness, ingenuity, and inspiration.

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