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Originative  adj.  Having power, or tending, to originate, or bring into existence; originating.

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"Originative" Quotes from Famous Books

... stratagems and cajoleries such as these? What if statecrafts and not philosophy and religion, were the appointed rulers of mankind? Hideous thought! And yet—she who had all her life tried to be self-dependent, originative, to face and crush the hostile mob of circumstance and custom, and do battle single-handed with Christianity and a fallen age—how was it that in her first important and critical opportunity of action she had been dumb, irresolute, passive, the victim, ...
— Hypatia - or, New Foes with an Old Face • Charles Kingsley

Words linked to "Originative" :   originate, creative, creativeness, productive, original, yeasty, creative thinking, creativity, fictive, inventive, fanciful

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