English words and Examples of Usage

use "invent" in a sentence

So we tune out reality, discount bad news, invent positive alternatives.

Over time, we'll continue to invent and add more benefits to Underground.

I wasn't trying to invent and create a replacement for bacon, said Bender.

But Xi was sending information about a different device, which he helped invent.

But Harper did not invent the concept of using the tools of state for partisan advantage.

“I’m hoping we can play around, and you can invent your own games and go off and explore.”

“Usually when people invent something really cool, they’re more than happy to take credit for it.

The philosopher Voltaire once remarked that if God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him.

Some people are anxious to invent convenient things.

The philosopher Voltaire once remarked that if God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him.

Neil ultimately is driven to invent a rumor of child molestation against Bone.

Culture, in the scientific sense, is the ability to invent new behaviors that are adopted by the population group and are passed along to succeeding generations.

By causing things to wear out, we lead people to invent new things.

Thomas Edison once said that to invent, you need a good imagination, and a pile of junk.

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