innovations

[ in-uh-vey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF innovations

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Often enough these innovations were not due to the cleverness of man's brain.

One is all for innovations and another for some great he-knows-not-what.

And all these innovations were moves in the right direction.

The Magi of his time were opposed to his innovations; and they, therefore, were condemned by him.

Harrison carried his reforms and innovations to the editorial pages of the paper.

Another of Alfred's innovations was a large amount of scenery and properties.

Some of his innovations were later modified, even by the originator himself.

Although Lane had started a new colony, he made but two innovations.

Almost all were agreed, though some talked about “innovations.”

He was not in favour of any innovations on British colonial government.