Definition of Fundamentals

1. Noun. Principles from which other truths can be derived. "Let's get down to basics"




Definition of Fundamentals

1. Noun. (plural of fundamental) ¹

2. Noun. (finance) The fundamental analysis data. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fundamentals

1. fundamental [n] - See also: fundamental

Lexicographical Neighbors of Fundamentals

fundamental interactions
fundamental law
fundamental measure
fundamental particle
fundamental particles
fundamental principle
fundamental quantity
fundamentalism
fundamentalisms
fundamentalist
fundamentalistic
fundamentalists
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fundamentally
fundamentalness
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fundectomies
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funded
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fundi
fundic
fundie
fundies

Literary usage of Fundamentals

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Essay on the Influence of Authority in Matters of Opinion by George Cornewall Lewis (1875)
"It is affirmed, that the authority of the true church, and of church-tradition, is decisive with respect to fundamentals and matters of faith, but that, ..."

2. An Essay on the Influence of Authority in Matters of Opinion by George Cornewall Lewis (1875)
"It is affirmed, that the authority of the true church, and of church-tradition, is decisive with respect to fundamentals and matters of faith, but that, ..."

3. A Survey of a Public School System by Henry Lester Smith (1917)
"Inaccuracy increased noticeably both in fundamentals and in reasoning. The following year considerably less attention was given to the fundamentals and more ..."

4. A Dictionary of Congregational Usages and Principles, According to Ancient by Preston Cummings (1852)
"They may be seen at length in Neal's Puritans.1 Watts, in his Foundation of a Christian Church,2 says: "The fundamentals required to be professed will be ..."

5. The History of Infant Baptism: Together with Mr. Gale's Reflections, and Dr by William Wall, John Gale (1844)
"... and unlawful in others to separate, it is examined what will justify a separation — Mr. Wall's distinction between fundamentals and non-fundamentals, ..."

6. The Shortest Way to End Disputes about Religion: In Two Parts by Robert Manning (1855)
"By distinguishing between fundamentals and non-fundamentals ; whereby they pretend to baffle all the evidence Catholics produce to prove their point. ..."

7. The Journal of Educational Research by American Educational Research Association (1921)
"FOR THE Fundamentals OF ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA1 HAKL R. DOUGLASS University of Oregon Standardized tests of progress in the study of mathematics may be of two ..."

8. A College Fetich: An Address Delivered Before the Harvard Chapter of the by Charles Francis Adams (1883)
"Not only was the knowledge of our theoretical fundamentals to the last degree superficial, but nothing better was expected. The requirements spoke for ..."

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