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See definition of primitively on Dictionary.com
  • as inoriginally
  • as inprimarily
  • as inradically
  • as inearly

synonyms for primitively

  • basically
  • formerly
  • at first
  • at the outset
  • at the start
  • by birth
  • by origin
  • first
  • in the beginning
  • in the first place
  • incipiently
  • primarily
  • to begin with
  • timely
  • recently
  • right away
  • soon
  • promptly
  • directly
  • first
  • betimes
  • instantaneously
  • instantly
  • newly
  • presto
  • summarily
  • thereupon
  • straightaway
  • at once
  • freshly
  • in a jiffy
  • in an instant
  • in no time
  • seasonably
  • thereon
  • without delay
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antonyms for primitively

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  • finally
    • late
    • later
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    How to use primitively in a sentence

    The group’s chemical weapons program was never more than primitive and probably wasted its resources.
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    We eventually worked out that the micrometeorites are largely coming from primitive asteroids.
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    There are primitive versions of this in the Neuralink idea, with tiny wires going into your brain.
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    Early players in the space utilized primitive VR abilities to enable users to virtually try on makeup—an exciting prospect in theory but frequently disappointing and unrealistic in practice.
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    It makes our lungs—and the lungs of all mammals—look primitive.
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    By some direct and primitively human way her benighted mind had reached its determination.
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    Figure-drawing in early Christian art was for nearly a thousand years primitively barbarous, with occasional exceptions.
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    But in June something primitively English was thoroughly upset; old Jolyon's sense of justice had risen, as it were, from bed.
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    The Oviduct is in the Elasmobranchii, as in other vertebrates, primitively developed in both sexes.
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    It is hardly possible to help believing that the blastopore primitively represented a mouth.
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    WORDS RELATED TO PRIMITIVELY

    • at once
    • betimes
    • directly
    • first
    • freshly
    • in a jiffy
    • in an instant
    • in no time
    • instantaneously
    • instantly
    • newly
    • presto
    • primitively
    • promptly
    • recently
    • right away
    • seasonably
    • soon
    • straightaway
    • summarily
    • thereon
    • thereupon
    • timely
    • without delay
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.