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Synonyms for elemental

Synonyms for elemental

of or being an irreducible element

forming an essential element, as arising from the basic structure of an individual

Synonyms for elemental

of or being the essential or basic part

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But chiefly is this apparent in creeds and churches, which are also classifications of some powerful mind acting on the elemental thought of duty, and man's relation to the Highest.
Of Pan and the elemental forces, the public has heard a little too much--they seem Victorian, while London is Georgian--and those who care for the earth with sincerity may wait long ere the pendulum swings back to her again.
On the Exchange there were hurricanes and landslides and snowstorms and glaciers and volcanoes, and those elemental disturbances were reproduced in miniature in the broker's offices.
It was a strength we are wont to associate with things primitive, with wild animals, and the creatures we imagine our tree-dwelling prototypes to have been--a strength savage, ferocious, alive in itself, the essence of life in that it is the potency of motion, the elemental stuff itself out of which the many forms of life have been moulded; in short, that which writhes in the body of a snake when the head is cut off, and the snake, as a snake, is dead, or which lingers in the shapeless lump of turtle-meat and recoils and quivers from the prod of a finger.
They had all taken up that attitude to his plans, and so now he was not angered by it, but mortified, and felt all the more roused to struggle against this, as it seemed, elemental force continually ranged against him, for which he could find no other expression than "as God wills.
One man's life or death were but a small price to pay for the acquirement of the knowledge which I sought, for the dominion I should acquire and transmit over the elemental foes of our race.
And Billy belonged here, by elemental right, a part of them and of it, a master-part and a component, along with the spidery-delicate, narrow-boxed, wide- and yellow-wheeled, rubber-tired rig, efficient and capable, as different as he was different from the other man who had taken her out behind stolid, lumubering horses.
In his boyish, elemental way he just wanted to take a revolver and a pocketful of cartridges, and prowl.
He summed up his race, his country, the elemental force of ardent life, of tropical nature.
I felt that to bring out its deeper significance which was quite apparent to me, something other, something more was required; a leading motive that would harmonize all these violent noises, and a point of view that would put all that elemental fury into its proper place.
Elemental has seen growing traction in markets where Mac platform use is prevalent, such as university environments, presenting an expanding opportunity.
NOTE: Elemental and the Elemental Security Platform, among others, are trademarks or registered trademarks in the United States and certain other countries of Elemental Security, Inc.
Last year, Elemental set the standard for providing hosts compliancy checks and insight into network traffic patterns.
Available later this month, Elemental's FISMA policy is the newest regulatory policy framework available in Elemental's policy and risk management product, the Elemental Security Platform (ESP).
We developed ESP to integrate the breadth of capabilities required to effectively implement a full range of security policies across enterprise networks," said Dan Farmer, Chief Technology Officer at Elemental.