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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimaginativei‧ma‧gi‧na‧tive /ɪˈmædʒənətɪv/ ●○○ adjective  1 NEWcontaining new and interesting ideas an imaginative use of computer technology children’s imaginative play an imaginative solution to the litter problem2 IDEAgood at thinking of new and interesting ideas an imaginative childimaginatively adverb
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imaginativeNearly every piece here is deft, intelligent and imaginative.This Government's many imaginative and effective initiatives are far more helpful to the regions than any hare-brained scheme from Labour.The titles are the most understated thing about these imaginative creations.Surprisingly, to imaginative educators, both the verbal and the mechanical boys have less trouble in all-male institutions.an imaginative Halloween costumeThey say imaginative management and co-operation with tenants will make for a model estate.an imaginative novelistimaginative storytellingUsing local produce, the food is imaginative, wholesome and substantial.imaginative useFor example, the imaginative use of stop changes can greatly enrich the singing of the Psalms.
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