Antonyms for innovating

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This the innovating party declined, and pressed for 'reformation.'

But this is an innovating step which will require the deepest thought.

This innovating trend is not and cannot be a return to the Middle Ages.

But the innovating clergy of the Evangelical persuasion had to force their way through "the teeth of clenched antagonisms."

And this inclination had helped his shrewdness in forming judgments which were at once innovating and moderate.

He acts like a respectful and faithful subject, as well as an independent and innovating Christian.

The mines with which God had enriched Saxony have failed since the innovating sermons of Luther.

Indeed, criminals are great at innovating and even more formidable at making use of cutting edge technologies.

The need of innovating is only a special case, rare in the lower races, frequent in the higher.

These examinations have subdued or rejected all innovating intelligences.

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