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RUDIMENT

'RUDIMENT' is a 8 letter word starting with R and ending with T
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Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for RUDIMENT

3 letter words

BED - BUD - EGG

4 letter words

BASE - FOND - GERM - OVUM - SEAT - SEED - SILL

5 letter words

BASIC - BASIS - FETUS - FLOOR - LARVA - LOINS - NYMPH

6 letter words

ANLAGE - EMBRYO - GERMEN - GROUND - RIPRAP - ZYGOTE

7 letter words

BEDDING - BEDROCK - ELEMENT - FOOTING - GRAMMAR - GROUNDS - HARDPAN - NUCLEUS - RADICAL

8 letter words

BASEMENT - BLASTULA - ELEMENTS - FLOORING - PAVEMENT - RUDIMENT

9 letter words

BEGINNING - ESSENTIAL - FUNDAMENT - PRINCIPLE - SOLID ROCK - STYLOBATE

10 letter words

FOUNDATION - GROUNDWORK - PRINCIPLES - ROCK BOTTOM - STEREOBATE - SUBSTRATUM - TERRA FIRMA

11 letter words

BEARING WALL - FUNDAMENTAL - SOLID GROUND

12 letter words

FUNDAMENTALS - SPERMATOZOON - SUBSTRUCTURE - UNDERGIRDING - UNDERPINNING

13 letter words

PART AND PARCEL - UNDERBUILDING - UNDERCARRIAGE

14 letter words

UNDERSTRUCTION - UNDERSTRUCTURE

Definition of rudiment

  • the remains of a body part that was functional at an earlier stage of life; "Meckel's diverticulum is the rudiment of the embryonic yolk sac"
  • the elementary stages of any subject (usually plural); "he mastered only the rudiments of geometry"

Anagrams of rudiment

UNMITRED



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