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fundamental

Synonyms:

adjective
all
fundamental, profound.
axiomatic
apothegmatic, manifest, absolute, Presupposed, obvious, given, indubitable, self-evident, accepted, proverbial, certain, unquestioned, aphoristic, assumed.
beginning
initiatory, Inceptive, initial.
bottom
bottom, base, foundational, basic, underlying, elementary, lowest.
capital
controlling, predominant, dominant, foremost, basic, preeminent, Overruling, leading, outstanding, chief, number one, important, prominent.
cardinal
highest, pivotal, main, greatest, overriding, ruling.
central
focal, centroidal, intermediate, interior, middle, mid, middlemost, Omphalic, nuclear, mid-way, midway, centric, median, umbilical, salient, mean, midmost, master, axial, inner, equidistant, inmost.
component
part and parcel of, part of, elemental.
critical
crucial.
deep-rooted
ingrained.
earliest
primordial.
fundamental
axiomatic, intrinsic, necessary, underived, organic, significant, constitutional, cardinal, prime, major, constitutive, underlying, indispensable, primordial, original, bottom, bottom-line, paramount, requisite, first, grass-roots, principal, theoretical, integral, essential, elementary, rudimentary, vital, primary, substratal, central, axiological, meat-and-potatoes, crucial, elemental, Sustaining, supporting, primitive, key, basal, foundational, structural, radical, substrative.
important
far-reaching, sacred, landmark, all-important, focal, serious, especial, historic, material, front and center, special, momentous, mere, big, epoch-making, consequential, all-consuming, pivotal, substantial, signal, valuable, hot, weighty, monumental, vitally, sacrosanct, make-or-break, world-shaking, meaningful, telling, high, real, eternal, major league, dominant, major.
in essence
virtual.
intrinsic
component, unalienable, deep down, implicit, built-in, inwoven, integral, inherent, intrinsic, central, inseparable, ingrained, elemental.
material
ad rem, pointful, applicative.
metaphysical
nonmaterial, non-material, nonphysical, unphysical, non-physical, Supermundane, Supramundane, suprahuman, superhuman, oversubtle, Unfleshly, supranatural, jesuitic, Discarnate.
pure
clear, chaste, honorable, sinless, unalloyed, decent, purebred, aboriginal, formative, basal, spotless, atomic, stainless, unadulterated, monolithic, primal, unsullied, essential, pure, undiluted, white, simple, unblemished, stark, prime, bare, undefiled, indivisible, blameless, unadorned, elemental, angelic, elementary, austere, plain, foundational, irreducible, untarnished, primary, clean, nascent, faultless, immaculate, innocent, guiltless, Simon-pure, uncluttered, basic, untainted, virtuous.
severe
chilly, dry, rigid, brisk, strait-laced, ascetic, grim, correct, critical, inflexible, imperial, curt, stiff-necked, uncompromising, acute, authoritarian, cool, raw, intense, acerbic, basic, hidebound, prudish, crisp, stark, caustic, relentless, spare, obstinate, severe, spartan, short, bleak, demanding, meticulous, dour, strict, stringent, censorious, precise, brusque, puritanical, obdurate, lean, intolerant, draconian, cutting, exacting, astringent, blunt, tart, gruff, keen, disciplined, stern, acrimonious, abrupt, piquant, unbending, rigorous, oppressive, icy, sharp, harsh, austere, frosty.
simple
primitive.
united
congruous, undivided, pure, homogeneous, entire, integral, uniform, monolithic, integrated, united, complete, holistic, coincident, elemental, indivisible, irreducible, simple, solid, intact, single, coherent, same, atomic, cohesive, unified, congruent.
virtual
unacknowledged, in conduct, in all but name, in practice.
noun
axiom
device, saying, truth, proverb, precept, adage, dictum, truism, moral, postulate, maxim, aphorism, fundamental, apothegm, proposition.
base
essence, root, authority, primary element, source, infrastructure, origin, chief constituent, backbone, Underpinning, groundwork, important part, core, evidence.
basis
cause, center, security, background, keystone, chief ingredient, proof, substratum, premise, assumption, presumption, nexus, antecedent, support, keynote, data, presupposition, warrant, reason, base, backing, sanction, footing, explanation, justification, hard fact, bedrock, principal element, nucleus, crux, theory.
belief
gospel, say so, credence, dogma, tenet, hypothesis, ideology, creed, gospel truth, idea, concept, opinion, doctrine, say-so, credo, faith.
element
Integrant.
essential
necessary, requisite.
event
fundamental.
fundamental
component, primal, first harmonic, abcs, constituent, profound, cardinal, element, heart, principium, rudimentary, key, important, axiom, bottom line, basic, coal and ice, nitty-gritty, rule, rudiment, sine qua non, factor, underlying, law, theorem, principle, brass tacks, rock bottom, guts*, significant, cornerstone, of import, central, fundamental frequency, basis, foundation.
requirement
requirement.
rudiment
substructure, resting place, substructures, rudiment.
verb
composing
constituent.
Examples of usage:
  1. The work of Edison on incandescent lamps did not stop at this fundamental invention, but extended through more than eighteen years of a most intense portion of his busy life. – Edison, His Life and Inventions by Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin
  2. These immediate or provoking causes were, of course, different in different countries, but the general, necessary, and fundamental cause was the same in all countries, the great Revolution being, as you know, world- wide and nearly simultaneous, as regards the more advanced nations. – Equality by Edward Bellamy
  3. I hated his smile of subdued triumph, and all my fundamental ideas as to law and order were seriously affected by it. – An Amiable Charlatan by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  4. The comfort must, accordingly, form the fundamental character of the second part. – Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions. Vol. 2 by Ernst Hengstenberg
  5. For from man as a love loves of every kind must proceed; therefore marriage love is the fundamental love of all the loves of heaven. – Spiritual Life and the Word of God by Emanuel Swedenborg

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