originative

[ uh-rij-uh-ney-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF originative

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This power we have termed the originative or intuitive faculty.

There was no room for, and no need of, the conception of free, originative thought.

Lombardy, with the exception of Venice, is comparatively barren of originative elements.

What he lacked was depth of feeling, the sense of noble form, the originative force of a great mind.

Youth is daring and originative; middle age is less venturesome, but it possesses, on the other hand, a wider range of experience.

The necessary demand of reason is that the first and originative cause of all finite personality shall be Himself a person.

To appreciate fully his originative power one must understand the disadvantages under which he worked.

These places lay within the confines of central and northern France, the home of the most originative mediaeval development.

Behrens was one of those vividly clever energetic people who are the despair of originative men.

Now the untrained mind appreciates the dynamic aspect of literature, whether it be the originative mind or the mind of the reader.

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