ibtidoiy, qadimgi, burungi, eng muhim, asosiy, bosh
Adjective(1) serving as an essential component(2) having existed from the beginning; in an earliest or original stage or state
(1) In our primal human context, conflict scenarios required immediate escape from, or intense combat with, fierce predators or competing clans.(2) Take away that civilization through some force of primal nature, and you will find the foundations of society quickly evaporate and the animal take over.(3) It is the packaging of these primal urges into a culture that fascinates Conley.(4) The film taps into one of the most basic primal fears of childhood: separation from one's parents.(5) ├ö├ç├┐Maybe human melody has extended but it still retains its primal shape and significance├ö├ç├û Professor Pont said.(6) The origin of these summer traditions is a primal herd instinct, the urge to join with others in a festive act.(7) We milled briefly in groups and then dispersed, confused but elated, still burning with whatever primal element any great, powerful music ignites inside us.(8) There are several cathartic therapies that involve primal screaming, rebirthing, or reparenting.(9) The outside walk is the most primal , important activity for a dog.(10) Fascination with fire could be described as a primal urge, an urge that we have become distanced from as our relationship with fire has become progressively more controlled.(11) In experimenting with different ways of working with sound to bring out those very primitive and primal sounds, he insists there is a return to a collective unconscious.(12) As he found a seat - and the beat - within the group, he felt his mood Improving rapidly, and watched the primal act of drumming draw the group together.(13) It's about the emotionally primal battle between good and evil.(14) Even the primal urge for physical activity succumbs to superficiality and materialism in the end.(15) Well you have to control your emotions in boxing a lot, they're very, very primal emotions, and I've played a lot of sports, and there's nothing like getting in the ring.(16) It's fear, the most primal human emotion, that gives gold its value.
1. basic ::
2. original ::
3. primeval ::
4. key ::
1. last ::
2. least ::
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