Creation noun - Something (as a device) created for the first time through the use of the imagination.
Destruction is an antonym for creation in topics: development, invention, development of entity, all living things.
Destruction noun - The state or fact of being rendered nonexistent, physically unsound, or useless.
How words are described
|physical||physical creation||physical destruction|
|direct||direct creation||direct destruction|
|alien||alien creation||alien destruction|
|initial||initial creation||initial destruction|
|Other adjectives: actual, entire, successful, constant, great, possible, final, apparent, accidental, subsequent, eventual, recent, magical.|
Both words in one sentence
- The Ellimist and Crayak from Animorphs both have unlimited power, and regularly cause the creation or destruction of species.
Source: The Omnipotent
- The Chimeras of Resistance are either responsible for the creation or destruction of Dinosaurs, while the creators of Grey Tech are responsible for the other part.
Source: Phlebotinum Killed the Dinosaurs
- On the other hand, if the personified force is something like destruction or creation, then the entity would have a larger purview to work with.
Source: Anthropomorphic Personification
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Destruction and Creation. (2016). Retrieved 2022, November 28, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/creation/destruction
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