beginning (part of speech: adjective)
foremost, incipient, hatching, introductory, fetal, commencing, infantile, early, dawned, preparatory, formative, first, beginning, maiden, primal, primeval, Genesis, initial, aboriginal, germinal, alpha, newborn, new, original, precursory, inaugural, preliminary, embryonic, sprouting, primordial, budding, emerging, infant, starting, baby
pure (part of speech: adjective)
fundamental, unadulterated, chaste, honorable, unsullied, basal, white, decent, innocent, irreducible, undiluted, guiltless, angelic, uncluttered, purebred, elemental, sinless, blameless, basic, plain, clear, stainless, bare, simon-pure, unalloyed, pure, foundational, undefiled, clean, simple, unadorned, indivisible, austere, immaculate, primary, unblemished, elementary, prime, spotless, virtuous, essential, untarnished, faultless, atomic, stark, monolithic, untainted
- But Knox, from Perth, asserts that the same awful privilege is vested in the six or seven preachers of the nascent Kirk with the fire- new doctrine! - "John Knox and the Reformation", Andrew Lang.
- Another reason for the establishment of 'coloniae' may be found in the history of the dying Republic and nascent Empire. - "Ancient Town-Planning", F. Haverfield.
- The child is a natural pagan, and often the first appeal to its nascent spiritual faculty is best made through its instinctive joy in the life of animals and flowers, the clouds and the winds. - "The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day", Evelyn Underhill.