The men chattered jovially but quickly turned sour when asked about the civilian implications of their rudimentary weaponry.
With me tagging along, they dove into a rudimentary, damp shelter they had dug in a wood nearby.
Officer Jesse Hellman said the woman had a rudimentary map marked with a road and a tree.
To commit this “rudimentary political error,” he wrote, was to “touch a high-voltage line.”
That requires some rudimentary storytelling skills to move the audience from one bit to the next.
Horn small, conical, sometimes (as in the figured specimen) rudimentary.
The choice of the bride and the nuptial ceremonies are most rudimentary.
Meanwhile the object of their envy knows well enough that his own vision is but rudimentary.
It is systematically to maintain a rudimentary phase of growth.
But the two tendencies mutually implied in this rudimentary form became dissociated as they grew.
rudimentary ru·di·men·ta·ry (rōō'də-měn'tə-rē, -měn'trē)
Being imperfectly or incompletely developed; embryonic.
Being in the earliest stages of development; incipient.