Adjective "innovative" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈɪnəvətɪv/

Definitions and examples

adjective

(of a product, idea, etc.) featuring new methods; advanced and original.
  1. 'innovative ways to help unemployed people'
  2. 'I am not sure which distinct and innovative features they are referencing.'
  3. 'The first category is for those with an innovative idea for a business offering a new product or service.'
  4. 'I would recommend you consider getting in on the ground level of this innovative venture.'
  5. 'We need to test those methods and develop more innovative methods for doing that.'
  6. 'It should be open to innovative ideas and must be able to deal with urban reform issues from time to time.'
  7. 'That's the kind of innovative design feature which we pay good money for.'
  8. 'This year the ladies have hit on a very innovative idea for their summer outing.'
  9. 'But he said the firm's success was as much due to its approach as its innovative product.'
  10. 'By October, a media agency had won a prestigious Australian media award for this innovative concept.'
  11. 'It consistently comes up with innovative concepts and hires knowledgeable experts.'
  12. 'A great shame, because he was very innovative, but yeah, we think he's lost it now.'
  13. 'This is an organisation that offers grants to innovative people and institutions worldwide.'
  14. 'The Clash were innovative, radical and helped drive a change in music that was ground-breaking.'
  15. 'They were innovative at the time and a lot of people warned me that the idea would not work.'

Definitions

1. tending to innovate, or introduce something new or different; characterized by innovation.

More examples(as adjective)

"places can be innovative in shapings."

"places can be innovative in cuttings."

"surveys can be innovative in portrayals."

"proposals can be innovative in things."

"projects can be innovative in things."

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