And out of all of this came, eventually, an ability to understand higher math and invent iPads.
That in turn leaves one with the gloomy thought that if Silvio Berlusconi did not exist it would be necessary to invent him.
He wanted to invent a new style, and nearly drove himself mad doing it.
Anonymous did not invent the spread of slander posing as news.
Mostly, you have to invent a kind of music for him, based on your own limitations, your narrow gifts, and what you know about him.
I don't know as there's a thing we can have fun out of, but if there isn't, we'll invent something.
I should be b-a-d, and I should sit up nights to invent new ways of evil.
There are several of them who invent tunes already taking in the South of Scotland and elsewhere.
I will move detachments and advance brigades, and invent strategy.
The priests had neither the motive nor the ability to invent and teach such a system.
late 15c., "find, discover," a back-formation from invention or else from Latin inventus, past participle of invenire "to come upon; devise, discover" (see invention). Meaning "make up, think up" is from 1530s, as is that of "produce by original thought." Related: Invented; inventing.