primeval

[ prahy-mee-vuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF primeval

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRIMEVAL

In the heart of a primeval forest we could not feel more alone.

Or would the planet revert to a primeval state of mindless innocence?

Indeed, at that time the settlements had not reached into this then primeval wilderness.

For these giants of the primeval forest he ever had a loving admiration.

It brought Pedro in with an extraordinary, uncouth, primeval impetuosity.

He was as one hung in primeval chaos before light had been decreed.

The practical utilities of astronomy were also obvious in primeval times.

It is the primeval instinct at the bottom of every woman's heart.

For walls it had the primeval forest, with its drapery of luxuriant foliage.

There were oak, walnut and beech trees growing in primeval beauty.

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