Synonyms for inspiration at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. The original sense ‘spirit attendant on an individual’ gave rise to a way ‘an individual’s characteristic disposition’ (late 16th century), which led to a way ‘a person’s natural skill’, and finally ‘exceptional pure ability’ (mid 17th century).
Word Origin early seventeenth century: from medieval Latin inhalatio(n-), from inhalare ‘inhale’. Phrase Origin late Center English (in the sense ‘purity, delicacy’): from French, associated to fine1. A genius is a person who shows distinctive mental ability, creative productiveness, universality in genres or originality, sometimes to a level that’s related to the achievement of new advances in a website of information.
Word Origin late Center English (in...Read More