Definitions

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  • adjective Alternative spelling of primeval.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective having existed from the beginning; in an earliest or original stage or state

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Examples

  • He says Darwinism and neo-Darwinism deal only with the biological or "terminal" phase of evolution and impede discovery of the real mechanism, which is "primaeval" - based on elementary particles, chemical elements and minerals (Chapter 6, "Knight of the North Star").

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  • He says Darwinism and neo-Darwinism deal only with the biological or "terminal" phase of evolution and impede discovery of the real mechanism, which is "primaeval" - based on elementary particles, chemical elements and minerals (Chapter 6, "Knight of the North Star").

    ScreenTalk

  • He says Darwinism and neo-Darwinism deal only with the biological or "terminal" phase of evolution and impede discovery of the real mechanism, which is "primaeval" - based on elementary particles, chemical elements and minerals (Chapter 6, "Knight of the North Star").

    ScreenTalk

  • He says Darwinism and neo-Darwinism deal only with the biological or "terminal" phase of evolution and impede discovery of the real mechanism, which is "primaeval" - based on elementary particles, chemical elements and minerals (Chapter 6, "Knight of the North Star").

    ScreenTalk

  • He says Darwinism and neo-Darwinism deal only with the biological or "terminal" phase of evolution and impede discovery of the real mechanism, which is "primaeval" - based on elementary particles, chemical elements and minerals (Chapter 6, "Knight of the North Star").

    ScreenTalk

  • He says Darwinism and neo-Darwinism deal only with the biological or "terminal" phase of evolution and impede discovery of the real mechanism, which is "primaeval" - based on elementary particles, chemical elements and minerals (Chapter 6, "Knight of the North Star").

    ScreenTalk

  • He says Darwinism and neo-Darwinism deal only with the biological or "terminal" phase of evolution and impede discovery of the real mechanism, which is "primaeval" - based on elementary particles, chemical elements and minerals (Chapter 6, "Knight of the North Star").

    ScreenTalk

  • A red mist descends and I want to personally firebomb the whole fucking piece-of-shit, inefficient, dictatorial, fascist institution; I want to decapitate every Commissioner and hold their bleeding heads to the sky, smearing their gore on my face and chest whilst bellowing in some kind of primaeval way*.

    Unio Europaea Delenda Est

  • A red mist descends and I want to personally firebomb the whole fucking piece-of-shit, inefficient, dictatorial, fascist institution; I want to decapitate every Commissioner and hold their bleeding heads to the sky, smearing their gore on my face and chest whilst bellowing in some kind of primaeval way*.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Part I describes “Victoria sleeping amidst the primaeval solitudes and awakened by voices foretelling speedy discovery and development,” while Part II reveals Victoria, now “Queen of the South,” “engaged in various pursuits — pastoral, agricultural, and industrial” — and engaged in dialogue with a company of nymphs, each “representing the various nations of the earth.”

    Archive 2009-06-01

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