- 1The action or process of bringing something into existence: the creation of a coalition government job creationMore example sentences
- Yet it is exactly the films that attempt to show the painstaking process of canvas creation that are the most successful.
- His process of musical creation is of deep significance to human imagination and will.
- Their creation involves processes that date from the time of the horse-and-cart.
- 1.1A thing that has been made or invented, especially something showing artistic talent: she treats fictional creations as if they were real peopleMore example sentences
- Children who take along their own flowers will be shown how to turn them into artistic creations.
- She does not see the CDs as junk, rather as raw material for her artistic creations.
- It needs no special skills, and Origami creations can even be sold as decorations.
- 2 (the Creation) The bringing into of existence of the universe, especially when regarded as an act of God.More example sentences
- When preaching to pagans, they first preached Creation, and then the life and work of Christ.
- There are accounts of Creation in lots of mythic literature from all over the world, and have various things in common.
- He became convinced that God willed Creation for the benefit of man.
- 2.1Everything so created; the universe: our alienation from the rest of CreationMore example sentences
- Perhaps we face a new kind of religious syncretism that combines digital fever with the worship of Creation.
- He marvels at the incredible design in our bodies and testifies to the hand of our Creator evident in Creation.
- We need to be teaching love towards Creation, to love creation, not only love one another.
late Middle English: via Old French from Latin creatio(n-), from the verb creare (see create).