Antonyms for inventions

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He is certainly an intriguing wretch, and full of inventions.

You have stolen my grandchild's heart from me; with a thousand inventions you have driven her mad!

But he likes to talk about his inventions and show them to visitors at Menlo Park.

Inventions are associated with his name, not laws or new phenomena.

When they take their inventions into foreign countries, that's quite different.

You must be the less surprised at the inventions of this man, because of his uncommon talents.

But there is nothing upon which I value myself so much as upon my inventions.

We laughed at these stories at the time, and set them down as inventions of our enemies.

The canvas would play kite, and we should be left to renew our inventions.

Inventors and inventions have met with incredulity and mockery.