Words nearby primordial
Origin of primordial
OTHER WORDS FROM primordialpri·mor·di·al·i·ty [prahy-mawr-dee-al-i-tee] /praɪˌmɔr diˈæl ɪ ti/, nounpri·mor·di·al·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for primordial
Sliding around beneath the surface of Los Angeles is something dark, primordial, and without form.
He is rather drawn to figures in pain, to the primordial, and to gloom.
One predicted side effect of inflation is primordial gravitational waves: twisty ripples in the structure of the Universe.The Big Buzz in Space News Is Something Called “Inflation.” What Exactly Is It?|Matthew R. Francis|March 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
By now a calm had settled over him, a kind of primordial survival instinct, he believes.
Jung argued that horror touches on primordial images in the collective unconscious.
In it we see what our own planet must have been in its primordial epoch, in the pristine times of terrestrial genesis.Astronomy for Amateurs|Camille Flammarion
Fire is the primordial kind of being, and all things are composed of fire.A Critical History of Greek Philosophy|W. T. Stace
Together in aeons past you and I, sweet creature, proceeded from primordial One-Substance.The Gay Gnani of Gingalee|Florence Huntley
It is quite possible that the primordial excretion may have been beneficially increased to serve the plant.More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II|Charles Darwin
Within the cotyledons the primordial leaves are seen, constituting the plumule or first bud of the plant.