primer[ prim-er or, esp. British, prahy-mer ]SEE DEFINITION OF primer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRIMER
The primer, not the bayonet, should be relied upon to uphold the liberty of a nation.
There is 'The Raven,' the first primer, the multiplication table.
In such a room he had studied his primer and his Ray's Arithmetic.
She introduced a primer with small black illustrations which fascinated Susan.
Then, to stop this "erosion," the obturating (sealing) primer came into use.
No. 3, the man with the tube-pouch, got out his lanyard and hooked it to a primer.
But this morning he was at his desk copying from his Primer on to his slate.
But then he had been in the Primer Class from the beginning.
A primer of information about the processes of electrotyping and stereotyping.
A primer of information about words, their relations, and their uses.