Will we revert to the Primordial?
[From Hermione and Her Little Group of Serious Thinkers by Marquis, Don]
Water, the primordial substance.
This, I think, is the primordial dragon, the archetype.
[From Old Calabria by Douglas, Norman]
They are the primordial pines, survivors from an unknown period.
[From In the Brooding Wild by Cullum, Ridgwell]
These two are the primordial authors of the world as it exists.
[From Renaissance in Italy, Volume 2 (of 7) The Revival of Learning by Symonds, John Addington]
There are three primordial elements—water, earth, and wind.
[From The Development of Metaphysics in Persia A Contribution to the History of Muslim Philosophy by Iqbal, Muhammad, Sir]
“The dog,” he said, “has lost much of its primordial character.”
[From Fraternity by Galsworthy, John]
The situation was primordial.
[From The Wheels of Chance: A Bicycling Idyll by Wells, H. G. (Herbert George)]
The forests of primordial origin.
The author admits this distinction to be ultimate and primordial.
[From Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind by Mill, James]
She was going to be as primordial as chipped flint.
[From Ann Veronica: A Modern Love Story by Wells, H. G. (Herbert George)]
She said that it no doubt had its origin in primordial man.
[From An Apostate: Nawin of Thais by Sills, Steven David Justin]
Self-sacrifice, then, is no less primordial than self-preservation.
[From The Data of Ethics by Spencer, Herbert]
Mercy did not exist in the primordial life.
[From The Call of the Wild by London, Jack]
It was across this gigantic primordialism that our way led us.
[From Through the Heart of Patagonia by Prichard, Hesketh Vernon Hesketh]
It may well be a primordial form of clothing with mankind.
It is the most primordial of feelings.
[From Post-Impressions: An Irresponsible Chronicle by Strunsky, Simeon]
Her innocence was primordial.
He executes a primordial dance.
[From The Nurserymatograph by Allan, G. A. T. (George A. T.)]
Genesis of solar systems from the primordial elements of space.
[From The Source and Mode of Solar Energy Throughout the Universe by Heysinger, Isaac Winter]
Every true species is primordial.
[From What is Darwinism? by Hodge, Charles]
Even the natives seldom see these great, hairy, primordial men.
[From The Son of Tarzan by Burroughs, Edgar Rice]
Back with the first squirm of life in the primordial mud.
[From Claire: The Blind Love of a Blind Hero, by a Blind Author by Blades, Leslie Burton]
Anyhow it must have taken place in quite primordial times.
[From My Autobiography: A Fragment by Müller, F. Max (Friedrich Max)]
Animals of the Primordial Seas.
[From The Story of the Earth and Man by Dawson, John William, Sir]
And at his kiss "primordial passion" awoke.
[From Moral Poison in Modern Fiction by Johnson, R. Brimley (Reginald Brimley)]
All the primordial brute in these men was glowing in their hearts.
[From The Trail of '98: A Northland Romance by Service, Robert W. (Robert William)]
All change is ultimately due to the primordial motion of the atoms.
[From The History of Roman Literature From the Earliest Period to the Death of Marcus Aurelius by Cruttwell, Charles Thomas]
This is the world as God made it, with all its primordial beauty.
[From Troop One of the Labrador by Wallace, Dillon]
They live in the crude, primordial fashion of their forefathers.
[From The Long Labrador Trail by Wallace, Dillon]
The primordial germ is not poetical, but dissertational.
[From The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 83, September, 1864 A Magazine of Literature, Art, and Politics by Various]
In France only two islands had emerged from the primordial ocean.
[From The World Before the Deluge by Bristow, Henry W. (Henry William)]
Dextrine is an ingredient in the primordial cell.
[From On Molecular and Microscopic Science, Volume 1 (of 2) by Somerville, Mary]
But all these primordial forms grow--develop into vital activity.
[From Life: Its True Genesis by Flaccus, Horatius]
Hence Fire, Water and Air are the primordial Cosmic Trinity.
[From The Secret Doctrine, Vol. 2 of 4 by Blavatsky, H. P. (Helena Petrovna)]
Primordiality of intelligence.
[From The Natural Philosophy of Love by Pound, Ezra]