ingenious [ in-jeen-yuhs ]
1. characterized by cleverness or originality of invention or construction: an ingenious machine.
2. cleverly inventive or resourceful: an ingenious press agent.
a. intelligent; showing genius.
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SYNONYMS FOR INGENIOUS
2. bright, gifted, able, resourceful; adroit.
ANTONYMS FOR INGENIOUS
2. inept, maladroit, unskillful.
Origin: First recorded in 1375–1425; late Middle English, from Old French ingenïos, from Latin ingeniōsus, engignos “clever, talented, gifted,” equivalent to ingeni(um) “natural disposition, temperament, mood; natural ability, cleverness” + -ōsus adjective suffix; see origin at in-, genitor; see also -ium, -ous
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