Such a belief was indeed the bedrock of mediaeval political thought.
All superficial accumulations were swept away, and the bedrock was exposed.
The bedrock on which they fought was slippery where ice had formed in the crevices.
Here was always the reminder of that bedrock principle of his thought.
He is going, said Old Mole, to discover the bedrock of life and live on it.
“I suppose that is the bedrock of the proposition,” he said.
During it and the succeeding night she went down to the bedrock of realization.
The bedrock was gone; the concrete was gone; the asphalt was gone.
Everything from bedrock to loam that belonged to the Earth itself had disappeared.
This pool was 100 feet by 50 feet, shallow, and with bedrock bottom.