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      • fountainhead noun (CAUSE) [ C usually singular ] formal a thing, person, or place where something comes from or begins, or that is the cause of something: The weekly journal National Review is recognized as the intellectual fountainhead of modern conservatism.
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  1. The meaning of fountainhead is a spring that is the source of a stream. How to use fountainhead in a sentence. Did you know?

  2. n. 1. A spring that is the source or head of a stream. 2. A chief and copious source; an originator: "the intellectual fountainhead of the black conservatives"(Jerrold K. Footlick).

  3. 1 a point or place at which something is invented or provided. historically, California has served as the fountainhead of that eclectic group of self-actualization movements known as the New Age. Synonyms for fountainhead. cradle, font, fountain, origin, root, seedbed,

  4. fountainhead noun (STATUE) [ C ] a decorative object made of stone, metal, etc. with a small opening that water comes out of as part of a fountain (= a decorative stream of water in a garden, lake, etc.): The yard is full of huge blue and green glazed pots, tiles, plaques and decorative fountainheads. More examples.

  5. fountainhead in American English. (ˈfauntnˌhed) noun. 1. a fountain or spring from which a stream flows; the head or source of a stream. 2. a chief source of anything. a fountainhead of information. Most material © 2005, 1997, 1991 by Penguin Random House LLC.

  6. The Fountainheadunknown. Novel by Ayn Rand (published in 1943) centering on the struggles of a young architect named Howard Roark. It presents the idea that man's ego is the fountainhead of human progress. The novel celebrates reason, individualism, productivity, and creativity.

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