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In the primest condition of his fur he neither keeps nor puts money in your pocket now.
IN NEW ENGLAND FIELDS AND WOODSROWLAND E. ROBINSON
An enormous piece of raw mutton, as I thought it was; but Mrs. Stokes said it was the primest haunch of venison that ever she saw.
THE HISTORY OF SAMUEL TITMARSHWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
With a different kind of food at each meal, and all of the primest quality, we ought to grow fat.
THE SEARCH FOR THE SILVER CITYJAMES OTIS
I never could remember that these little spurts of rage were the primest fun for my people.
TENTING ON THE PLAINSELIZABETH B. CUSTER
He recollects the quartern loaf at 2¼d., primest meat at 1d.
Suppose I start off now, sir, and mark down one or two of the primest.
THE YEOMAN ADVENTURERGEORGE W. GOUGH
Gas and ventilation, drainage and water-service, all of the primest quality.
HARD TIMESCHARLES DICKENS
This is considered the primest piece for roasting; also makes the finest steaks.
THE WHITEHOUSE COOKBOOK (1887)MRS. F.L. GILLETTE
They found King Arthur in his flowery mead with five-and-twenty of his primest knights.
As Major Morris declared, ‘It was the primest place to catch a fever in’ he had ever seen.
THE CAMPAIGN OF THE JUNGLEEDWARD STRATEMEYER