creations

All Noun
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  • Her living metal creations are how she makes the majority of her income.
  • He continued to work on new creations up until his death.
  • Three of the six works are creations on the side walls of buildings.
  • They were newly raised units rather than being third century creations.
  • Most of them are based on pre-existing material, but some are entirely original creations.
  • All three creations have been for members of the same family.
  • During this same time, he began selling re-creations of his classic covers.
  • Since the end of October opposition groups had called for the creations of a round table.
  • These are creations of the states and territories under each of their laws.
  • The finished creations were then judged by people who have some knowledge about the subject.
  • Some of these creations are the size of multiple-story buildings.
  • I just think I'm better when I'm working on my own creations.
  • His creations were so different that he was granted a patent on his design.
  • His creations use the relationships of his characters to develop the social and political issues of his time.
  • For four days the resulting creations are displayed next to the art work that inspired them.
  • He started his career by writing short stories, considered by some critics as his strongest literary creations.
  • The question of whether his creations can actually fly is part of their mystery and appeal.
  • Her creations are no doubt an integral part of the whole contemporary world of art.
  • His creations have been turned into works of theatre.
  • At the end of the meeting, each company was able to show off their own laser light creations.
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Root form of creations is creation for the noun.

Words starting with creations

Meaning of creations

  • noun The human act of creating
  • noun An artifact that has been brought into existence by someone
  • noun The event that occurred at the beginning of something
    from its creation the plan was doomed to failure
  • noun (theology) god's act of bringing the universe into existence