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  • The limited materials make students think much more creatively with what they are given.
  • He got us the money that gave us the freedom to do what we creatively wanted.
  • The group has to creatively present any moment from history as part of their final history project.
  • He creatively added more life to her already well-written songs.
  • We take what we like from what we grew up on and use it as creatively as we can.
  • We are not complete creatively until part of Himself has come to be part of us. Cited from Quiet Talks on Following the Christ, by S. D. Gordon
  • Every scene seemed carefully shot and every shot seemed creatively composed.
  • The new power released in him made his brain work like lightning -- creatively. Cited from The Nine-Tenths, by James Oppenheim
  • It was an environment that would greatly influence him creatively from then on.
  • She began writing creatively at eight years old, starting with poetry.
  • Some fans have ended up working creatively on the television series.
  • Children learn to think creatively when they learn through play.
  • It just feels like the right time for me to move on creatively.
  • At the same time he worked creatively, trying his hand at various genres.
  • You can learn how to write creatively with literature and study.
  • They felt that they had hit upon a sound which was creatively different from anything either of them had achieved before.
  • I really enjoy being in the mental state one reaches when writing creatively.
  • It can also help people to think more creatively and find more effective ways to stop violence without more violence.
  • In order to supply fresh water, he creatively induced the water into the city.
  • Children create their own computer games, robots and learn how to use technology creatively.
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Meaning of creatively

  • adverb In a creative manner
    she solved the problem creatively