or brain-child, brain child
[ breyn-chahyld ]
/ ˈbreɪnˌtʃaɪld /
noun, plural brain·chil·dren.
a product of one's creative work or thought.
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proposition, motion, overture, outline, offer, bid, idea, project, program, plan, recommendation, scheme, picture, terms, scenario, pitch, setup, feeler, design, pass
- braine, john gerard,
Origin of brainchild
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/ (ˈbreɪnˌtʃaɪld) /
noun plural -children
informal an idea or plan produced by creative thought; invention
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