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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
creation (noun)
1.
the act of - creating , especially the act of bringing the world into ordered existence
2.
the act of making, inventing, or producing as
a) the act of investing with a new rank or office
b) the first representation of a dramatic role
3.
something that is as - created
a) - world
b) singly or in aggregate - creatures
c) an original work of art
d) a new usually striking article of clothing
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
creation (noun)
1.
something (as a device) created for the first time through the use of the imagination
SYNONIMS:
brainchild, coinage, concoction, contrivance, creation, innovation, wrinkle
RELATED WORDS:
contraption, device, gadget, gizmo ( gismo), novelty; design, product, work; dream, fantasy ( phantasy), picture, vision; conception, imagining, origination
NEAR ANTONYMS:
carbon copy, clone, copy, dupe, duplicate, duplication, facsimile, imitation, reduplication, replica, replication, reproduction
creation (noun)
2.
the whole body of things observed or assumed
SYNONIMS:
cosmos, creation, macrocosm, nature, world
RELATED WORDS:
existence, reality
NEAR ANTONYMS:
nothingness, void
creation (noun)
3.
a raising or a state of being raised to a higher rank or position
SYNONIMS:
ascent, creation, elevation, preference, preferment, promotion, rise, upgrade, upgrading
RELATED WORDS:
aggrandizement, ennoblement, exaltation, glorification, magnification
NEAR ANTONYMS:
deposition, dethronement, discharge, dismissal, expulsion, impeachment, ouster, overthrow, removal, suspension, unmaking, unseating; downfall, fall
abasement, comedown, degradation, demotion, disrating, downgrade, reduction
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