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Synonyms for primeval

Synonyms for primeval

of or relating to early stages in the evolution of human culture

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having existed from the beginning

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I will do my best to be a brave primeval woman, a fit mate for the primeval man.
The landscapes encountered by these newcomers, according to Krech, "was cultural not virgin, anthropogenic not primeval.
Somewhere between primeval vision and spooky carnival ride, recalling the 1968 film Planet of the Apes, the spectacle ensnared its observers, heaved them onto the theatrical stage, and even allowed them to become potential participants.
The English are great believers in the primeval power of their game.
For nearly 2 decades, astronomers have sought these primeval glimmers-baby pictures of the oldest galaxies in the universe.
The Save-the-Redwoods League is a nonprofit organization, established in 1918, which acquires and protects primeval forestlands for protection in public parks and preserves.
CASH-STRAPPED ITV bosses have axed hit dinosaur show Primeval.
But having first hit our screens a year ago as Professor Nick Cutter in the adventure series Primeval, he's back again to do battle with all manner of prehistoric beasts terrorising the country.
Which means no Doctor Who, no Torchwood and now, no Primeval.
PAST and present collide in Primeval, an exciting special effects adventure from 2entertain.
The new structure is a delicately transparent single-storey pavilion that plays off the rugged, primeval geology of the volcanic landscape.
It's eerie, deeply unsettling and absolutely, psychologically real; drama in its purest terms, played out in primeval natural settings and atmospherically cinematic terms.
In her search for threats to her Clan and her missing father, she's tumbled into a primeval version of Everien and fallen in love with a winged man, Eteltar.
The influence visible here of Emil Nolde's cabalistic expressionism--similarly based on a personalized, primeval mythology--is infused with Kahlhamer's own brand of mysticism: According to the artist, yellow (as in the happy faces) signifies understanding, black is used to indicate the East, etc.
For more than a decade, several teams of astronomers have sought, but failed to find, compelling evidence of one of these primeval objects.