What is another word for Primevally?

Pronunciation: [pɹa͡ɪmˈiːvə͡li] (IPA)

Primevally is an adverb that refers to something that happened or existed in ancient times. It can also describe something in its most primitive or earliest stage. Synonyms for primevally include antiquated, archaic, prehistoric, primitive, ancient, primal, primordial, early, and original. These words describe something that is from the past, original or the earliest form of something. Looking at these synonyms, we can see that they convey a sense of age and origins. Whether it's describing an ancient forest, a prehistoric creature or a primitive culture, these synonyms provide us with a better understanding of primevally phenomenon.

What are the hypernyms for Primevally?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Primevally

The Germans' notion of a woodland is everywhere that of a dense forest such as their barbarous tribes Primevally herded in.
"Their Silver Wedding Journey"
William Dean Howells
Thus the kinetic inertia expressed in Newton's first law of motion might well be supposed to secure equilibrium with material attraction, but if Primevally diffused matter had ever thus been held in equilibrium it must have remained so, or it was maintained so imperfectly, which brings us back to endless evolution.
"The Birth-Time of the World and Other Scientific Essays"
J. (John) Joly
His dress suit, Primevally old, would scarcely, she reflected, hold together another winter.
"The Mating of Lydia"
Mrs. Humphry Ward

Semantically related words: archaic, ancient, primeval world, primeval forest, primeval man

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