Origin of primeval
Related formspri·me·val·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for primeval
The landscape here, like all of Iceland, has a primeval majesty.
The longing for a product that we have not yet experienced strikes some primeval need, particularly in Americans.‘A Lifetime of Experience’ May Hinder Hillary Clinton in 2016|Stuart Stevens|July 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The scene of the picnic was a tract of primeval forest some ten miles away.The Hall and the Grange|Archibald Marshall
There had been from of old cosmogonies, theories as to how the world had taken shape out of primeval chaos.
The alluvial deposit from primeval lakes contributed to fatten the soil of other parts of the prairies.The Frontier in American History|Frederick Jackson Turner
Where have we to seek the primeval home of this most vigorous and dominant branch of the human family?Man, Past and Present|Agustus Henry Keane
At its foot was a pond, rich in mud of primeval blackness, and well stocked with turtles and "green-leapers."The Believing Years|Edmund Lester Pearson