The evidence indicates Fannie and Freddie contributed to the mortgage meltdown, but they played a secondary role to Wall Street.
These secondary outlets meant getting to know these people in a completely new way...and for some, maybe even liking them.
Separation would have secondary effects in the internal politics of those states that have overthrown their authoritarian regimes.
First, your tablet can serve as a kind of secondary controller.
We would set aside all other agendas and disputes as secondary, and go to the ramparts until the threat was repelled.
In the first place it is clearly a secondary sexual character.
We know what she was, and it is of secondary importance where she went or what she did.
Brongniart, to show a transition character between the vegetation of the secondary and that of the tertiary formations.
The world's opinion ought to be but a secondary consideration.
These rocks are supposed to be of the age of the central parts of the secondary series of Europe.
late 14c., from Latin secundarius "pertaining to the second class, inferior," from secundus (see second (adj.)). Of colors, from 1831; of education, from 1809. Of sex characteristics from 1780. Opposed to primary or principal. Related: Secondarily.
secondary sec·ond·ar·y (sěk'ən-děr'ē)
Of the second rank; not primary.
Derived from what is primary or original.
Of or relating to a chemical compound characterized or formed by replacement of two atoms or radicals within a molecule.
Of, relating to, or being a degree of health care intermediate between that offered in a physician's office and that available at a research hospital, as the care typically offered at a clinic or community hospital.