We came up with an ingenious plan that would light a fire in the belly of the digital revolution.
We'll also learn about ingenious technologies for women's economic advancement.
It looks like an ingenious master stroke in retrospect.
As for the ingenious product placement in the photograph behind him, “Coca-Cola has been a part of all of our lives,” he said.
Mimicry is an ingenious survival technique, albeit one that is of little use against bulldozers and chainsaws.
His work abounds in an ingenious and admirable mingling of wit and humor.
One cannot dine off a recipe, however good and ingenious it may be.
A survey of the internal history; ingenious, but as superficial as the Observations sur les Grecs by the same author.
These little myths and metamorphoses of gems are ingenious and graceful.
The submarine hydrostat, as it is called, is one of the most ingenious and recent applications of the diving-bell principle.
early 15c., "intellectual, talented," from Middle French ingénieux "clever, ingenious" (Old French engeignos), from Latin ingeniosus "of good capacity, full of intellect; clever, gifted with genius," from ingenium "innate qualities, ability," literally "that which is inborn," from in- "in" (see in- (2)) + gignere, from PIE *gen- "produce" (see genus). Sense of "skillful, clever at contrivance" first recorded 1540s. In a sense of "crafty, clever, skillful" Middle English had enginous (mid-14c.), from Old French engeignos. Related: Ingeniously; ingeniousness.