prime[ prahym ]SEE DEFINITION OF prime
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRIME
The prime necessity was to save her, Mary, from the toils of the law that were closing around her.
Look at the case of the "Hyena," as he was called in his prime.
Fuel consumption is a prime factor in the production of engine power.
He had been suddenly awakened: and he was in the prime of life.
The Prime Minister sent for Sacco, and they had a talk together.
The brilliant but profligate Buckingham is retained as prime minister.
Is it true, that the Count is to be prime minister of the Prince of ——?
Do you refer to that speech by the Prime Minister of Austria a week or two ago?
Why Venus ever in her prime, but because of her affinity with me?
I am past my prime, young sir, and may well resign the palm of strength to you.