How to Use "Creativity" in a Sentence

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  • What is Creativity?
    • Creativity is the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality. Creativity is characterized by the ability to perceive the world in new ways, to find hidden patterns, to make connections between seemingly unrelated phenomena, and to generate solutions. Creativity involves two processes: thinking, then producing. If you have ideas, but don’t act on them, you are imaginative but not creative.
  • What is Innovation?
    • Innovation is the implementation of a new or significantly improved product, service or process that creates value for business, government or society.
  • Some people say creativity has nothing to do with innovation— that innovation is a discipline, implying that creativity is not. Well, I disagree. Creativity is also a discipline, and a crucial part of the innovation equation. There is no innovation without creativity. The key metric in both creativity and innovation is value creation.


  • cre.a.tiv.i.ty  / krieɪ'tɪvəti, krieɪ'tɪvɪti /   noun  [ uncountable ]
    • the ability to use your imagination to produce new ideas, make things etc.


  • adjective + creativity:
    • Much of this artistic creativity was more innovative than before.
    • He proposed that to show great creativity, one must have three fundamental qualities: imagination, judgment, and taste. 5
    • A musical composition, without being vocalized, is dead; it becomes actually a product of musical creativity only in the mode of its production: when it is performed and heard.4


  • verb + creativity:
    • How can faculty improve their teaching so as to encourage creativity?
    • Free discussions encourage creativity in the use of language.
    • We should also encourage people to develop their own creativity.


  • creativity + preposition
    • English teachers need creativity in the use of language.


  • phrases:
    • My job doesn’t give me much scope for creativity.
    • American art reached a peak of creativity in the '50s and 60s.

  • creative:
    • Your creative talents can also be put to good use, if you can work up the energy...
    • The South African years were his most creative period.
    • Power can be used creatively or destructively.


Author: Nooshin Ashrafi

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