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Primitively   Listen
adverb
Primitively  adv.  
1.
Originally; at first.
2.
Primarily; not derivatively.
3.
According to the original rule or ancient practice; in the ancient style.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Primitively" Quotes from Famous Books



... with unfeigned interest. The men of her world were not altogether unappreciative; neither were they so primitively straightforward as this young industry captain ...
— Empire Builders • Francis Lynde

... our cognitions of objects, so far as that origin cannot be ascribed to the objects themselves; while, on the contrary, general logic has nothing to do with the origin of our cognitions, but contemplates our representations, be they given primitively a priori in ourselves, or be they only of empirical origin, solely according to the laws which the understanding observes in employing them in the process of thought, in relation to each other. Consequently, ...
— The Critique of Pure Reason • Immanuel Kant



Words linked to "Primitively" :   primitive, in the beginning



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