(transitive) To ground; to settle in first principles. | A fundamental principle or skill, especially in a field of learning (often in the plural). | Something in an undeveloped form (often in the plural).
How To Use Rudiment In A Sentence?
Seeds of hermaphrodite flowers quadrangular, crowned by one long awn, and the rudiment of another.
The membrane which was shut up in the gills of the aquatic creature, was really the rudiment of its now perfected wings.
The merest rudiment of sensation or self-consciousness is infinitely removed from absolutely non-sentient or unconscious matter.
They contained then the rudiment of an idea of grace, which took its natural growth and development in spite of man.
There is more than balance here: there is the rudiment of an instinctive composition which Degas never had.
It happened, for my sins, that none of these admirable birds had anything beyond the merest rudiment of a tail.
The stomach, which is irregularly conical in shape, lies in a place slightly nearer the observer than the end of the lung rudiment mentioned above.
Here we have the germ or rudiment of a Custom, a conception posterior to that of Themistes or judgments.
How is it, then, that in some cases the result is a sanctity which overrides all considerations of personal advantage, while in others there is hardly a rudiment of such a feeling?
It has four toes and a rudiment of a fifth in front, and three toes behind; and has teeth slightly resembling those of the horse, but more simple and shorter in the crown.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For Rudiment | Rudiment Sentence
It is the rudiment of the Niobe group.
In the English translation the word rudiment is used.
He wagged his rudiment of a tail, and whimpered in his sleep.
The inner fore-toe wanting, but a slight rudiment of it exists in my specimen.