fundament fundament

Definition(s):

  1. (n) the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained
  2. (n) the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on
  3. (n) lowest support of a structure

Usage(s):

  1. Matt Cardy Getty Oddly, Brown overlooked another fundament of Britishness: alcohol-fueled misbehavior.
  2. Oddly, Brown overlooked another fundament of Britishness: alcohol-fueled misbehavior.
  3. In terms of a college musical show, the libretto wrestles with the story of a nation-wide search for a girl with a waffle-iron burn on her fundament.

News

  • BAM To Premiere Matthew Barney's New Film, River Of Fundament

      Over a decade has passed since visual artist Matthew Barney completed The Cremaster Cycle , but the sprawling five-part film and art installation remains one the most thrilling and moving museum experiences in our memory. Next month, Barney will bring his new film, River of Fundament , with music by Jonathan Bepler, to the Brooklyn Academy of Music for its world premiere. And it sounds ...
    on January 18, 2014     Source: Gothamist

Quotes

  1. "I did have communication with Mike," Carr said. "He said, 'Coach, I'm not dumb.' And he isn't. What I try to do is deal with the issue of the media in the preseason and spring. There's essentially some fundament rules: Respect the game,...
    on Nov 14, 2007 By: Lloyd Carr Source: Lancaster Eagle Gazette

  2. "There's a lack of momentum and people have just got tired," said Andrew Sullivan , a sales trader with Main First in Hong Kong . "There hasn't been any fundament change, there hasn't been any news to drive things one way or the other, and...
    on May 19, 2008 By: Andrew Sullivan Source: CNNMoney.com

  3. "Loss is the underlying fundament of romantic music," Guettel said.
    on Jul 9, 2007 By: Adam Guettel Source: Chicago Tribune

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