rudimentary[ roo-duh-men-tuh-ree, -tree ]SEE DEFINITION OF rudimentary
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUDIMENTARY
The choice of the bride and the nuptial ceremonies are most rudimentary.
It is systematically to maintain a rudimentary phase of growth.
The Egyptians had the water-wheel and the rudimentary blast-furnace.
After all, these are forms, the most rudimentary forms, of the scientific spirit.
Certain of them are, however, content with a rudimentary cavern.
At this point we can take up the first rudimentary beginnings of Greek art.
In point of fact architecture was still in a rudimentary stage.
In some other genera they are present, but in a rudimentary condition.
To poetry, even in its most rudimentary forms, they do not seem to have attained.
In these the sporangia are large and the ring (r) rudimentary.