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Definition of "innovatory" [innovatory]

  • Producing new ideas or products (adjective)

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Use "innovatory" in a sentence
  • "Don't listen to the murmurings of late that Dragon Age: Origins is some kind of innovatory departure from traditional fantasy."
  • "Camden Arts Centre, NW1, to 25 SepSSOne of the big innovatory breakthroughs of early-20th century art resulted from three or four irreverent individuals cutting out fragments of photographic scraps and sticking them together in outlandish combinations."
  • "Jamaican music was quickest to pick up the new mood of black America, and add its own innovatory ideas to create reggae."