Devise [verb]

Definition of Devise:

conceive, dream up

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Sentence/Example of Devise:

To meet this heavy expense the ministers had to devise all sorts of expedients to raise money.

A more potent and public method of ridicule would be difficult to devise.

Thus the facts help us devise the number phrase, and the phrase helps revive the facts.

But the prince will devise such things as are worthy of a prince, and he shall stand above the rulers.

No lawgiver had ever been able to devise a perfect and immortal form of government.

She had come in search of Val's desk; which she found, and proceeded to devise means of opening it.

On more than one state occasion she has had to devise something in a hurry because her wardrobe had run low.

Meantime, Joe had been puzzling his wits and wishing his wife was there to devise some plan for the wayfarer.

As he hurried back to the Casa Grande he tried to devise some method of saving this unfortunate.

Three days, madame, three whole days in that dingy hole, trying in vain to devise some means of overcoming my wife's resistance.