Jung argued that horror touches on primordial images in the collective unconscious.
By now a calm had settled over him, a kind of primordial survival instinct, he believes.
One predicted side effect of inflation is primordial gravitational waves: twisty ripples in the structure of the Universe.
He is rather drawn to figures in pain, to the primordial, and to gloom.
Sliding around beneath the surface of Los Angeles is something dark, primordial, and without form.
Moreover, Parker, having an athlete's confidence in his fists, suddenly responded to the instincts of primordial man.
First of all Thales thought that water was the primordial substance of all things.
Here, then, occurs the primordial breach between the physical and spiritual, out of which an institutional world can rise.
He lifted a pseudopod from primordial ooze, and the pseudopod was him.
Has the organic world been developed from primordial germs by natural forces?
primordial pri·mor·di·al (prī-môr'dē-əl)
Being or happening first in sequence of time; primary; original.
Belonging to or characteristic of the earliest stage of development of an organism or a part.
Relating to a primordium.