from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An original idea or plan attributed to a person or group.
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- n. A creation, original idea, or innovation, usually used to indicate the originators
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a product of one's creative thinking and work.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a product of your creative thinking and work
In addition to that, Haugh's "Tractorri" - that's what he calls his brainchild - also comes with the Gallardo's E-gear sequential automatic transmission and its all-wheel drive system.
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Mr. Self’s brainchild is called the Variable Gantry Mount, and for those of you who like to shoot at long range, it can save you a lot of aggravation and money.
Her biggest brainchild is a “rapid-response unit,” which operates much like a political campaign’s war room.
His brainchild is the so-called Newspaper Revitalization Act, which would allow ne…
In honor of this novelty, Kinsley has dubbed his brainchild Slate, "" as in blank, '' he explains.
Can't name the brainchild of Wightman, an early-20th-century U.S.
By analogy with the acronym that produces the word laser, they dubbed their brainchild "surface plasmon amplification by the stimulated emission of radiation" - spaser - and published a paper about it (
Six decades later their brainchild was the rage of Paris.
Pusey called his brainchild "flexibles" quite possibly because, unlike their predecessors, which smokers carried in silhouette-marring match safes, they slid into a dandy's pocket with nary a bump.