invention

[ in-ven-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF invention

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Do you object to atheism, and yet regard obedience to God as an invention of the priests?

This scene, be it remarked, is not in Plutarch, but is Shakespeare's own invention.

For when has Desdemona shown high and plenteous wit or invention?

It is Mary Fitton who has "wit and invention," and is "an admirable musician."

This invention gives the desired result with absolute certainty.

Her desperation lent her invention; just in this one way he must not find her out.

In engineering, in mining, in invention, there are endless possibilities.

But beyond his emoluments as a partner in the invention, Alfred Vail had no recompense.

The invention was well received at the time, but is now almost forgotten.

The discovery seems obvious, and the invention simple, after we know them.

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