Synonyms for primordial
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : prahy-mawr-dee-uh l|
|Phonetic Transcription : praɪˈmɔr di əl|
Top 10 synonyms for primordial Other synonyms for the word primordial
Définition of primordialOrigin :
- late 14c., from Late Latin primordialis "first of all, original," from Latin primordium "a beginning, the beginning, origin, commencement," from primus "first" (see prime (adj.)) + stem of ordiri "to begin" (see order (n.)). Related: Primordially.
- adj earliest
- But all these primordial forms grow--develop into vital activity.
- Extract from : « Life: Its True Genesis » by R. W. Wright
- They live in the crude, primordial fashion of their forefathers.
- Extract from : « The Long Labrador Trail » by Dillon Wallace
- Now, we cannot get away from a difference so fundamental, so primordial as this.
- Extract from : « The Truth About Woman » by C. Gasquoine Hartley
- All the primordial brute in these men was glowing in their hearts.
- Extract from : « The Trail of '98 » by Robert W. Service
- First of all Thales thought that water was the primordial substance of all things.
- Extract from : « Ten Books on Architecture » by Vitruvius
- He lifted a pseudopod from primordial ooze, and the pseudopod was him.
- Extract from : « The Status Civilization » by Robert Sheckley
- Therefore this primordial unity was poured into the elements.
- Extract from : « Christianity As A Mystical Fact » by Rudolf Steiner
- Like all primordial aspects of life the situation is double-edged and contradictory.
- Extract from : « Suspended Judgments » by John Cowper Powys
- With us, I think it is primordial,—antecedent to experience.
- Extract from : « Four Meetings » by Henry James
- Primordial matter which has not yet entered into any combination and is not differentiated.
- Extract from : « Reincarnation » by Th. Pascal
Antonyms for primordial
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