- to introduce something new; make changes in anything established.
- to introduce (something new) for or as if for the first time: to innovate a computer operating system.
- Archaic. to alter.
Origin of innovate
Related Words for innovatoryadroit, artistic, avant-garde, constructive, creative, fertile, formative, fruitful, gifted, imaginative, ingenious, innovative, inspired, original, poetical, productive, resourceful, teeming, causative, demiurgic
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Historical Examples of innovatory
For we have assumed satiety in desire to have been a powerful factor in the innovatory struggle we have witnessed.Social Origins and Primal Law
But I might as well have aspired to sing them up in heaven, so utterly would they have been spurned as innovatory.Charles Auchester, Volume 1 of 2
- to invent or begin to apply (methods, ideas, etc)