Definition of Innovatory

1. Adjective. Producing new ideas or products ¹



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Definition of Innovatory

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Innovatory

innominate vein
innominate veins
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innovation
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innovationist
innovations
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innovativeness
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innovators
innovatory (current term)
innovatour
innovatrix
innoxious
inns
innubilous
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innuendoes
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innuit
innumerability
innumerable

Literary usage of Innovatory

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1. Oecd Economic Surveys: Norway 2007 by Oecd (2007)
"Another difficulty in interpreting the results is that it is not possible to estimate how "important" an innovation might be. An innovatory process could be ..."

2. OECD Territorial Reviews by Oecd (2001)
"B. Examples of innovatory actions in upgrading local foods in Europe The following is a brief review of the kinds of innovatory actions that have been ..."

3. The New Globalism and Developing Countries by John H. Dunning, Khalil A. Hamdani (1997)
"innovatory capacity. Although mutual stimuli for undertaking innovatory activities may appear once the process of technological accumulation is resumed, ..."

4. Innovating Schools edited by David Istance (1999)
"Why should they be regarded as innovatory and why should their example be followed? ... To what extent do the cases of innovatory schools form part of a ..."

5. Proceedings by Classical Association (Great Britain) (1906)
"So I give fair warning to any head master with innovatory tendencies who may have listened to the persuasive speech we have just heard that he will meet ..."

6. Proceedings by Classical Association (Great Britain) (1906)
"So I give fair warning to any head master with innovatory tendencies who may have listened to the persuasive speech we have just heard that he will meet ..."

7. The Gentleman's Magazine (1824)
"... indicted this Society on those very counts which Mr. G. has done.—1st. That the Society was misnamed. 2nd. That its spirit was innovatory of ..."

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