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elemental

1. of or relating to atmospheric forces, esp wind, rain, and cold
2. of, relating to, or denoting a chemical element
3. Rare a spirit or force that is said to appear in physical form
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His battles with elemental nature had been, in a way, impersonal; his present battles were wholly with the males of his species, and the hardships of the trail, the river, and the frost marred him far less than the bitter keenness of the struggle with his fellows.
Next day the weather was bad, but she trudged on, the honesty, directness, and impartiality of elemental enmity disconcerting her but little.
There was an elemental economy about his body--as was there about all our bodies.
You are too simple, took elemental, and too rational, by my faith, to prosper on such pap.
that elemental distrust that is the security of nations.
Of Pan and the elemental forces, the public has heard a little too much--they seem Victorian, while London is Georgian--and those who care for the earth with sincerity may wait long ere the pendulum swings back to her again.
At home I should undoubtedly have given vent to my anguish; but this new and elemental environment seemed to call for a savage repression.
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