Sometimes, but not often, Bog was a listener at these rudimental concerts.
You say that "but for the necessity of the rudimental life" there would have been no stars.
But for the necessity of the rudimental, prior to the ultimate life, there would have been no bodies such as these.
In the family, we have, in its rudimental form, both teaching and government.
In the midst of this sterility, the rudimental carcass of the Globe appeared in ridges of sharply-jutting rock.
The fledged bird differs much from its rudimental form in the egg.
They are a combination of sublimated matter and a rudimental mind.
They seemed to me to be rudimental, burrowing men, still standing on their defence, awaiting their transformation.
The laughter is still only rudimental: it is not genuine laughter.
But these are possessed by man in his rudimental state in a subordinate sense of the word.
rudimentary ru·di·men·ta·ry (rōō'də-měn'tə-rē, -měn'trē)
Being imperfectly or incompletely developed; embryonic.
Being in the earliest stages of development; incipient.