Definition of Rudiments

1. Noun. A statement of fundamental facts or principles.

Exact synonyms: Basics
Generic synonyms: Fact



Definition of Rudiments

1. Noun. (plural of rudiment) ¹

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Definition of Rudiments

1. rudiment [n] - See also: rudiment

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Literary usage of Rudiments

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1. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1900)
"These occurrences appear to us to raise some questions of interest which may be stated in the following order: (i) the nature of these rudiments; which may ..."

2. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1896)
"OF THE rudiments OF MARTIN'S LEARNING From ' Memoirs of Martinus Scriblerus' MRS. ... His first rudiments in profane history were acquired by seeing of ..."

3. Philosophy of History by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, John Sibree (1902)
"We have just spoken of heterogeneity as an element of the Greek Spirit, and it is well known that the rudiments of Greek civilization are connected with the ..."

4. The Literary History of the American Revolution, 1763-1783 by Moses Coit Tyler (1897)
"Otis's early career—His interest in classical studies—His " rudiments of Latin Prosody"—His " rudiments of Greek Prosody"—His sound taste in modern ..."

5. Church Music in America: Comprising Its History and Its Peculiarities at by Nathaniel Duren Gould (1853)
"rudiments OP MUSIC. Of the rudiments of music, as we find them in the books of that day, nothing more was taught or learned than the simple characters used ..."

6. Evolution by Atrophy in Biology and Sociology by Jean Demoor, Jean Massart, Emile Vandervelde (1899)
"In the same way may be explained the persistence of accessory rudiments of enamel ... Besides the rudiments of the enamel organs for the milk teeth and ..."

7. A Greek and English lexicon of the New Testamentby Edward Robinson by Edward Robinson (1850)
"LOYOLA : AND JESUITISM IN ITS rudiments. By ISAAC TAYLOR, Author of " Natural History ... THOMSON-SCHOOL CHEMISTRY ; Or, Practical rudiments of the Science. ..."

8. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1900)
"These occurrences appear to us to raise some questions of interest which may be stated in the following order: (i) the nature of these rudiments; which may ..."

9. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1896)
"OF THE rudiments OF MARTIN'S LEARNING From ' Memoirs of Martinus Scriblerus' MRS. ... His first rudiments in profane history were acquired by seeing of ..."

10. Philosophy of History by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, John Sibree (1902)
"We have just spoken of heterogeneity as an element of the Greek Spirit, and it is well known that the rudiments of Greek civilization are connected with the ..."

11. The Literary History of the American Revolution, 1763-1783 by Moses Coit Tyler (1897)
"Otis's early career—His interest in classical studies—His " rudiments of Latin Prosody"—His " rudiments of Greek Prosody"—His sound taste in modern ..."

12. Church Music in America: Comprising Its History and Its Peculiarities at by Nathaniel Duren Gould (1853)
"rudiments OP MUSIC. Of the rudiments of music, as we find them in the books of that day, nothing more was taught or learned than the simple characters used ..."

13. Evolution by Atrophy in Biology and Sociology by Jean Demoor, Jean Massart, Emile Vandervelde (1899)
"In the same way may be explained the persistence of accessory rudiments of enamel ... Besides the rudiments of the enamel organs for the milk teeth and ..."

14. A Greek and English lexicon of the New Testamentby Edward Robinson by Edward Robinson (1850)
"LOYOLA : AND JESUITISM IN ITS rudiments. By ISAAC TAYLOR, Author of " Natural History ... THOMSON-SCHOOL CHEMISTRY ; Or, Practical rudiments of the Science. ..."

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