Synonyms for brainstorm

Grammar : Verb
Spell : breyn-stawrm
Phonetic Transcription : ˈbreɪnˌstɔrm

Top 10 synonyms for brainstorm Other synonyms for the word brainstorm

Définition of brainstorm

Origin :
  • "brilliant idea, mental excitement, fit of mental application," 1849, from brain (n.) + figurative use of storm (n.). As a verb, recorded from 1920s. Related: Brainstormed; brainstorming.
  • verb problem-solve
Example sentences :
  • "And then my erstwhile associate Jimenez had a brainstorm," said Terry ruefully.
  • Extract from : « Creatures of the Abyss » by Murray Leinster
  • Dont worry, said Harvey, Flo probably had a brainstorm and called them already.
  • Extract from : « Beginners Luck » by Emily Hahn
  • It may seem rude to say so, but Orangeism consists mainly of a settled hallucination and an annual brainstorm.
  • Extract from : « The Open Secret of Ireland » by T. M. Kettle
  • I fired up my Xbox and opened a word-processor and started to brainstorm ideas for my papers.
  • Extract from : « Little Brother » by Cory Doctorow
  • It had been a brainstorm selecting only girls—and pretty young things, at that—for the Interstellar Symphony.
  • Extract from : « World Beyond Pluto » by C. H. Thames

Antonyms for brainstorm

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