Definition of innovation:
inception, regeneration, change, universe, mental institution, intent, fundament, launching, trigger, conception, installation, cosmos, establishment, diversity, world, psychiatric hospital, founding, macrocosm, induction, variety, institution, creation, cornerstone, intromission, alteration, construct, understructure, origination, unveiling, designing, foundation garment, transformation, creative activity, initiation, mutation, invention, insertion, existence, blueprint, variation, basis, transmutation, revolution, vicissitude, substructure, mental home, presentation, entry, foundation, instauration, groundwork, renewal, intro, transition, insane asylum, debut, foot, new, base, pattern, figure, mental hospital, asylum, origin, concept, conversion, aim, introduction, design, first appearance, excogitation, intention, knowledgeability, purpose, plan, knowledgeableness, novelty, renewing, grounding.
- "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. V. (of 12)", Edmund Burke.
They led indirectly to an innovation which, it is hardly too much to say, has had a greater influence on the character and conduct of Parliament, and indeed on the whole subsequent legislation of the country, than can be attributed to any other single cause.- "The Constitutional History of England From 1760 to 1860", Charles Duke Yonge.
- "Fifty-One Years of Victorian Life", Margaret Elizabeth Leigh Child-Villiers, Countess of Jersey.