Creativity - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌkriːeɪˈtɪvəti|  American pronunciation of the word creativity
Brit.  |ˌkriːeɪˈtɪvɪti|  British pronunciation of the word creativity


- the ability to create (syn: creativeness)


Too many rules might deaden creativity.

Creativity tests will be given to those applying for jobs in our company where new approaches are needed to solve old problems.

...the arts and crafts fair showed the remarkable creativity of local artists and artisans...

Teachers have been attacked for stifling creativity in their pupils.

Editors complain about the lack of creativity in the ideas put to them.

The ice-skaters will be judged on technique and creativity.

A little creativity can transform an ordinary meal into a special event.

...the Franklin stove, bifocals, and the lightning rod are just a few of the inventions that we owe to the fecund creativity of Benjamin Franklin...

...that fugitive trait called artistic creativity... urban enclave of bohemians that acquired a reputation for being a hothouse of creativity...

Teachers should nurture their students' creativity.

This class will unlock your creativity.

He was a man of overflowing creativity.

Madness and creativity could spring from the same source.

She feels she has to go by the book and can't use her creativity.

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