rudimental

[ roo-duh-men-tuh-ree, -tree ]SEE DEFINITION OF rudimental
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They are no more than the very first and rudimental conditions of goodness.

You say that "but for the necessity of the rudimental life" there would have been no stars.

In the family, we have, in its rudimental form, both teaching and government.

The laughter is still only rudimental: it is not genuine laughter.

Causality, comparison, and other of the nobler faculties, are in them rudimental.

They are a combination of sublimated matter and a rudimental mind.

In its rudimental state, it is useful neither for swimming, walking, nor flying.

Sometimes, but not often, Bog was a listener at these rudimental concerts.

First, rudimental music; second, voice culture; third, artistic singing.

It is curious that a rudimental love of art should co-exist with such a very low state of civilization.

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