- to cause to come into being, as something unique that would not naturally evolve or that is not made by ordinary processes.
- to evolve from one's own thought or imagination, as a work of art or an invention.
- Theater. to perform (a role) for the first time or in the first production of a play.
- to make by investing with new rank or by designating; constitute; appoint: to create a peer.
- to be the cause or occasion of; give rise to: The announcement created confusion.
- to cause to happen; bring about; arrange, as by intention or design: to create a revolution; to create an opportunity to ask for a raise.
- to do something creative or constructive.
- British. to make a fuss.
- Archaic. created.
Origin of create
Synonyms for create
Examples from the Web for self-created
Contemporary Examples of self-created
In that sense, she is positive because she is self-naming, she is self-created.Nicki Minaj Bares Her Own Vulnerability on ‘The Pinkprint’
December 16, 2014
Historical Examples of self-created
All things are in place in that art, self-created, logical, and well proportioned.Notre-Dame de Paris
And yet man continues to worship this dead, self-created image.Rejected of Men
Sensation, pain, lived only in his brain—and there it was terrible, because self-created.
Your self-created ideal prevents your seeing the man as he is.The Green Book
Religion is not discovered, but self-created, a sort of sublime expediency.Preaching and Paganism
Albert Parker Fitch
- (tr) to cause to come into existence
- (tr) to invest with a new honour, office, or title; appoint
- (tr) to be the cause ofthese circumstances created the revolution
- (tr) to act (a role) in the first production of a play
- (intr) to be engaged in creative work
- (intr) British slang to make a fuss or uproar
Word Origin for create
Word Origin and History for self-created
late 14c., from Latin creatus, past participle of creare "to make, bring forth, produce, beget," related to crescere "arise, grow" (see crescent). Related: Created; creating.