Definition of creation:
mental home, asylum, causality, matter, design, initiation, psychiatric hospital, real, assemblage, fundament, beingness, the Cross, public, rise, artwork, trigger, art, outer space, presentation, first appearance, upgrading, recreation, upgrade, base, ascent, part, human race, magnum opus, worldly concern, cause and effect, insane asylum, preferment, man, excogitation, founding, start-up, myth, understructure, installation, constitution, composition, elevation, universe of discourse, institution, knowledgeableness, human beings, domain, macrocosm, opus, reality, debut, innovation, canon, knowledgeability, contrivance, launching, population, mental institution, organization, the Creation, canon law, creationism, cardinal sin, back catalog, foundation garment, instauration, universe, conception, promotion, the Fall, fine art, canonical, humanity, induction, chef d'oeuvre, totality, determination, causation, concept, entry, groundwork, piece, figment, elicitation, cultivation, creative activity, wrinkle, background, fiction, space, the Crucifixion, intro, insertion, substructure, Eden, the universe, hyperspace, unveiling, commandment, intromission, foot, belief, foundation, work, populace, coinage, the cosmos, cosmos, grounding, humankind, preference, mankind, cosmea, origination, mental hospital, construct, earthly concern, world, being, existence, cornerstone, humans, basis, concoction.
- creation (part of speech: noun)
- imagination (part of speech: noun)
- beginning (part of speech: noun)
- life (part of speech: noun)
- universe (part of speech: noun)
- production (part of speech: noun)
- "Dorothy on a Ranch", Evelyn Raymond.
Our greatest heart- treasure is a knowledge that there is in creation an individual to whom our existence is necessary- some one who is part of our life as we are part of theirs, some one in whose life we feel assured our death would leave a gap for a day or two.- "My Brilliant Career", Miles Franklin.
- "A World Called Crimson", Darius John Granger.