Synonyms for inventive
- breaking new ground
Antonyms for inventive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVENTIVE
Isolation from the mother country was a stimulus to the inventive imagination.
The inventive faculty has its dangers, and Bunyan was eminently gifted in that way.
All is exquisite in feeling, but not inventive nor imaginative.
Is not that sufficient to stop the foul mouth of inventive slander?
He was a resourceful, inventive scoundrel, and soon he had devised a plan.
What events were expected it is doubtful if the most inventive could have put into words.
Aunt Fanny's inventive mind had suggested every step of the interview.
But in fifteen more minutes his inventive genius was rewarded.
All honor to the brave, patient, ingenious, and inventive mechanic!
Let's drop everything in the inventive line and go off on a vacation.
early 15c., "skilled in invention," from Old French inventif (15c.), from Latin invent-, past participle stem of invenire (see invention). Related: Inventively; inventiveness.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INVENTIVE
- on the move