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Definition of "rudimental" [ru•di•men•tal]

  • Rudimentary. (adjective)

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Use "rudimental" in a sentence
  • "Not just a drum set player, I player rudimental snare drum, xylophones, marimbas, the whole gambit."
  • "The pliocene mammals are like the existing ones, because such was the plan of creation; and we find rudimental organs and similarity of plan, because it has pleased the Creator to set before Himself a"
  • "No adaptive reason whatsoever can be given for...rudimentary teeth, which are never used, in the gums of the young calf and in those of the foetal whale; insects which never bite have rudimental jaws, and others which never fly have rudimental wings; naturally blind creatures have rudimental eyes; and the halt have rudimentary limbs."