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synonyms for innovations

  • modernization
  • addition
  • alteration
  • contraption
  • departure
  • deviation
  • introduction
  • modernism
  • modification
  • mutation
  • newness
  • notion
  • permutation
  • shift
  • variation
  • vicissitude
  • wrinkle
  • cutting edge
  • last word
  • latest thing
  • leading edge

antonyms for innovations

MOST RELEVANT
  • stagnation
  • custom
  • habit
  • old
  • old hat
  • rut
  • tradition
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How to use innovations in a sentence

On the other hand, there are many innovations since American administration superseded the native civil government.
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDSJOHN FOREMAN
Even among the men of the day, corrupted and distracted as they are by foreign innovations, could real strength be found?
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
The complainants had unwisely mixed the charge of disloyal speeches, etc., with Church innovations.
THE LOYALISTS OF AMERICA AND THEIR TIMES, VOL. 1 OF 2EGERTON RYERSON
The new pontiff-king had effected many innovations in religious ceremonies.
THE WORKS OF HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT, VOLUME 5HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT
Scientific innovations have been slow in reaching it, and specimens of barbarian usage are far from rare.
A TREATISE ON SHEEP:AMBROSE BLACKLOCK
The "penitentiarying" of Newt himself had been only the inaugural of more sweeping and hateful innovations.
THE CODE OF THE MOUNTAINSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Robertson approved of these innovations, but he was never more than half a realist, and this from several causes.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
Cato declared that he was for no innovations whatever; yet he made them more than ever indispensable by his own opposition.
HISTORY OF JULIUS CAESAR VOL. 1 OF 2NAPOLEON III, EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH, 1808-1873.
This is a feeling in which time and modern innovations work no change, and it is one of old-standing.
CHAMBERS'S EDINBURGH JOURNAL, NO. 442VARIOUS
During the following week certain innovations took place in Mrs. Roberts well-ordered household.
ESTER RIED YET SPEAKINGISABELLA ALDEN
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