primitively[ prim-i-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF primitively
Synonyms for primitively
- at first
- at the outset
- at the start
- by birth
- by origin
- in the beginning
- in the first place
- to begin with
Antonyms for primitively
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRIMITIVELY
I was unable to be present at the ceremony, which was primitively simple.
In whatever way it may be distributed, the majority will be primitively poor.
On its pages were primitively outlined the features of most of the women of his fiction.
What are we entitled to speak of as peculiarly and primitively Swiss?
Manitou showed itself antagonistic to progress; it was old-fashioned, and primitively agricultural.
This stolon is simply the stalk by which each median bud was primitively attached to the stolon of the first asexual form.
Primitively the Mammalian cerebrum, like that of the lower Vertebrata, is quite smooth.
One of these bones, the propercular, is very constant and is primitively attached along the outer edge of the hyomandibular.
It is formed by a fenestration of a primitively continuous cartilaginous coracoid plate (Hoffmann).
At its posterior extremity it is primitively continuous with the neural tube (fig. 420), as was first shewn by Kowalevsky.