Of first-rate importance; principal; excellent: a palmary truth. (adjective)
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Use "palmary" in a sentence
""palmary" -- the prevalence of episcopacy as a recognized institution -- we may say boldly that all the facts point the other way."
"But let us examine this principle a little more attentivelyfor it is the palmary one."
"Macarius the Eucharist was a palmary argument against Nestorianism."