Definition of Innovators

1. Noun. (plural of innovator) ¹



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Definition of Innovators

1. innovator [n] - See also: innovator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Innovators

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Literary usage of Innovators

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1. American Literature: A Text-book for the Use of Schools and Colleges by Julian Hawthorne (1898)
"... X. THE innovators. THE period we have just been considering is an anomalous one, and should be regarded from the point of view of state rather than of ..."

2. A Student's History of Education by Frank Pierrepont Graves (1915)
"So suggestive have the recommendations of the early realists proved to modern education that these authors are often known as the 'innovators. ..."

3. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1849)
"And in the mean time, they which are the only, or the chief innovators of the Christian world, having nothing to say, accuse us of innovation ..."

4. The Small Business Innovation Research Program: The First Decade (1993)
"Mr. Stewart, you are now vice chairman and counsel to the Academy of Technology Entrepreneurs and innovators. TESTIMONY OF MILTON STEWART, VICE CHAIRMAN AND ..."

5. Symphonies and Their Meaning: Third Series: Modern Symphonies by Philip Henry Goepp (1913)
"... AND THE innovators AT intervals during the course of the art have appeared the innovators and pioneers,—rebels against the accepted manner and idiom. ..."

6. The Literature of Roguery by Frank Wadleigh Chandler (1907)
"Imitators and innovators Laurence Sterne broke with the picaresque tradition, and never drew a rogue. The merely external eccentricities beloved of Smollett ..."

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