ingeniousness ingeniousness

Definition(s):

  1. (n) the power of creative imagination
  2. (n) the property of being ingenious

Usage(s):

  1. Some 88 million people, endowed with extraordinary energy, ingeniousness and elasticity, struggle with land that can pay but niggardly rewards even to the most industrious.
  2. Some 88 million people, endowed with extraordinary energy, ingeniousness and elasticity, struggle with land that can pay but niggardly rewards even to the most industrious.
  3. Chuck wagon, gunfire, sounding of tapsit is minor ingeniousness at the expense of genius.

News

  • First Cup: Monday

    Michael Hunt of the Journal Sentinel: I haven't been this excited about something so potentially bad since "Miami Vice" went into syndication. That's because the Bucks, at least for the short term, have finally gotten it right. Seriously, their ingeniousness is to be applauded. Not only have they accomplished something remarkably healthy by ridding themselves of Brandon Jennings' immaturity and ...
    on August 5, 2013     Source: ESPN Blogs

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