Noun(1) the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained(2) the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on(3) lowest support of a structure
(1) In addition to revisiting his early songwriting self, Hawkins has discovered a fundament of feeling for his bandfellows.(2) If you were to resign Bernard, if your whole party branch was to disappear up its own fundament , no one would ever know.(3) All of the above but only because they make up so much of the fundament (almost all of the fundament , really) of Western culture.(4) We'd best stop there before disappearing up our own fundament , but as Chairman Lou could have said, what goes around comes around, and frequently meets itself coming back.(5) In fact, the administration (who collectively have their head so far up their fundament that they can tell if they're getting cavities or not) doesn't even deign to tell us the results, normally.(6) To walk the Naga Hills with Kevin is to understand a mind and a community that is extraordinarily attuned to the environment in which they thrive, and which has as its fundament , the concept that we know and call as sustainability.(7) You'll be happy to know that I pulled a heartwarming Father's Day column out of my fundament in 87 minutes.(8) In particular, when called upon to explain the relevance of the reference, explain that you are not about to spoon-feed your opponent and advise him to get off his flaccid fundament and do some independent reading.(9) How can you build a country if the fundament is not stable?(10) The biggest laugh in the evening probably went to the distressed psychiatrist who claimed his auditory hallucinations took the form of the voice of the health secretary permanently emanating from his own fundament .(11) This, in turn, has resulted from a wholly false conception of gender as a construct to be overthrown, not as a defining fundament of what makes human beings precisely human.(12) About which I said, some of what's coming out these days, especially from a bunch of talented but self-conscious young American writers, can disappear up its own fundament .(13) It is this strange experience, says Rumi, which transmutes man into his own deepest nature, into the fundament of his self.(14) Colonel Everson about-turned, raised his boot and applied it heftily to his batman's fundament .(15) It was not so much that her fundament had been booted into touch by the experienced Italian that had made her day, but that she had been there at all.(16) Is an external hard drive a good idea, or would that just be an almighty pain in the fundament ?
1. stern ::
2. foundation ::
3. basis ::
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