creativeness creativeness  /kri ˈeɪ tɪv nəs/


  • (n) the ability to create



  1. Science writers, feeling themselves full of cataclysmic creativeness, flexed their muscles in the Teuton's chronic, frantic urge to achieve Supermanliness.
  2. It is no use citing the creativeness on a herbal diet of such men as George Bernard Shaw.
  3. Star Wars Magic To the Editors: No one, save Walt Disney, matches the creativeness of George Lucas May 23, the originator of the ceaseless.


  • Alexander Semin Finds Creative Way to Avoid Another Jersey Tuck Penalty

    Alexander Semin was warned and subsequently penalized for having his jersey tucked in during a preseason game Wednesday night, but it was the creativeness of his efforts to avoid another penalty that made headlines on Twitter.  The Carolina Hurricanes ' sniper came out with two stitches attaching his jersey to his pants to avoid it coming up again when he shot the puck. Semin, along with other ...
    on September 20, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. "I have a hard time believing that Michael Vick is not going to wind up with Bill Parcells," Green told Sirius (via PFT). "Simply because he has that creativeness that says that no matter what it takes, he's going to find a way to get Michael...
    on Jun 29, 2009 By: Dennis Green Source: USA Today

  2. "They've got that real creativeness and flair which we probably don't have through our own players and maybe some European players don't have as much creativity as them," Jets coach Gary van Egmond said. "Especially in the last third (of the...
    on Jun 14, 2007 By: Gary van Egmond Source: ABC Online

  3. "Both have great creativeness and they've got good poise on the power-play," Hartsburg said. "It's not easy to come off the bench and play that role and to be a good team, you need guys to play roles and (Tavares) certainly has accepted it."
    on Dec 26, 2007 By: Craig Hartsburg Source: Canada East

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