Our bedrock Judeo-Christian values are being undermined by secular modernity, it would seem.
“We know more about bedrock than we do about most other vineyards on account of the people who owned it,” Peterson explained.
Buying and selling stuff is the bedrock of the economy, after all.
Obama will need to take bold action to remedy what threatens to be a bedrock shift in perception against him.
So we know that boring down to the bedrock and pumping it full of fluid can cause earthquakes.
Weakened as he was, his perception told him that the ship had buried itself deep in a swamp until it rested on bedrock.
Such a belief was indeed the bedrock of mediaeval political thought.
You fetch a person down to the bedrock, as Grandsir Penlyn used to say, and then they know where they be.
The bedrock on which they fought was slippery where ice had formed in the crevices.
Nobody valued Jimmy's intellect, but every one had been prepared to repose securely on the bedrock of his prejudices.
: a bedrock discussion/ bedrock decision
The asi facts; the crucial elements; the BOTTOM LINE, the NITTY-GRITTY
[1870s+; fr bedrock ''the solid rock underlying strata and detritus'']