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Synonym: bloomblossomchoiceefflorescenceflowerflushgroundheydaymeridianpeakpremierprime of lifeprime quantityprimeprizequalityselectundercoatSimilar words: primaryprimarilyexperimentexperimentalfrom time to timerimtrimshrimpMeaning: [praɪm]  n. 1. a number that has no factor but itself and 1 2. the period of greatest prosperity or productivity 3. the second canonical hour; about 6 a.m. 4. the time of maturity when power and vigor are greatest. v. 1. insert a primer into (a gun, mine, or charge) preparatory to detonation or firing 2. cover with a primer; apply a primer to 3. fill with priming liquid. adj. 1. first in rank or degree 2. used of the first or originating agent 3. of superior grade 4. of or relating to or being an integer that cannot be factored into other integers 5. being at the best stage of development. 
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1 I very much agree with the prime minister.
2 Her prime motive was personal ambition.
3 Who's the prime minister of Canada?
4 The Prime Minister aimed to reassert his authority.
5 This is a matter of prime importance.
6 My prime concern is to protect my property.
7 The prime aim is to keep inflation down.
8 The prime minister is a favourite target of comedians.
9 She has been identified as the prime suspect.
10 Winning is not the prime objective in this sport.
11 The Prime Minister's policy alienated many of her followers.
12 The care of the environment is of prime importance.
13 The Prime Minister presides at meetings of the Cabinet.
14 The Prime Minister is visiting Japan at the moment.
15 Smoking is the prime cause of lung disease.
16 Spring is the prime time for planting trees.
17 The Prime Minister lives at 10 Downing Street.
18 He was the prime mover behind the coup.
19 The Prime Minister delivered a broadside at her critics.
20 We have a new prime minister at the helm.
21 The Prime Minister made a stirring speech.
22 He's the police's prime suspect in this case.
23 Spring is the prime time for planting.
24 The prime minister was assassinated by extremists.
25 You must prime the wood before you paint it.
26 He was elevated to the post of prime minister.
27 At least one bank cut its prime rate today.
28 The prime minister is highly culpable in this affair.
29 This is a prime example of 1930s architecture.
30 The prime minister admitted that the crisis had been mishandled.
More similar words: primaryprimarilyexperimentexperimentalfrom time to timerimtrimshrimpdiscriminationprizepriorpriceprintpriestprior toprisonercompriseprivacyprinciplesprinklespring upprincipalprioritytimeprivatelyenterprisesurprisingfirst prizein timeon time
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