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According to Schwartz, the proposals are interesting and innovative and are trying to address the criticisms and concerns that police are too separated, physically and culturally, from the communities they serve.

From Vox

Taking cues from Anthony Fauci’s recent suggestion to hunker down and stay at home this fall, most theaters have cancelled live performances and will continue to engage audiences in virtual, innovative ways.

In order to grow, we had to purchase other companies that did have innovative products.

These are some of the most innovative benefits tailored to the back-to-school season that businesses are now offering their employees.

From Fortune

We value the innovative and caring spirit of our employees and appreciate all they do to meet the needs of our customers.

From Fortune

As a result, many plants and animals have evolved innovative ways to avoid inbreeding.

Some organizations, like amfAR, provide vital funding for scientists who bring innovative ideas to the HIV/AIDS research field.

An innovative gift is the Qardioarm, a blood pressure monitor that records readings and uploads them to the cloud.

We're giving away three of Lenovo's innovative 2-in-1 laptops to help you do more.

Faced with a lack of flat, open land, they took an innovative approach.

It is this environment of innovative upheaval that any useful foundation for strategic and operational thought must address.

The concept of Rapid Dominance requires innovative thought and different directions than that imbedded in our military hierarchy.

In all cases success starts with innovative intelligence products, which has not been a hallmark of United States operations.

Both sorts of effort may be of either the routine or the innovative type.

The author shows that "the innovative works of an artist are explorations" (


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to innovative, such as: contemporary, ingenious, inventive, new, original, and avant-garde.

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