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adjective as in prime

adverb as in first off


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On the pod, we listened in on some back-and-forth between the local reps and the state land use expert to suss out what can be done with these 50 acres of primo land.

Additionally, say that the DNC does try to change things, states in danger of losing their primo spots on the calendar can push back.

The thermoplastic nylon frames are flexible and durable, and bendable rubber temple tips adjust to your head and ears for primo comfort.

This year she’s expressed interest in cold-weather running so I put together this primo collection for her by focusing on my favorite materials for next-to-skin comfort.

But Klitschko is no Primo Carnera—the first giant heavyweight champion and an ersatz fighter who was set up by the mob.

Primo was with his mother and her boyfriend that weekend, so I had left the city and driven up to join Eliza in Hudson.

Stevie Wonder," says Hill, "and Earth, Wind, and Fire was the primo dance record.

Primo de Rivera, who believed the rebellion to be fast on the wane, shipped back to Spain 7,000 troops.

They were accepted, and the primo sargentos raised to the rank of officers to fill their places.

In gradu primo Sodomiae impotentia non necesse adest, in gradu autem secundo semper adest.

The primo amoroso served up the crambe decies repetita of his monologues.

Primo, ma petite maison ne subsiste pas—par consquence mon grand hte ne pouvoit m'y honorer de sa prsence.

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On this page you'll find 607 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to primo, such as: excellent, exclusive, finest, first-rate, five-star, and prime.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.