Definition of primitive:
old-world, stark, everyday, noncivilised, uncreated, innocent, patriarchal, out, wide-eyed, spontaneous, dewy, collage, lowbred, uninitiated, barbaric, bad-mannered, wild, civilise, coolie, primitive person, old-fashioned, unrefined, unsuspecting, benighted, ordinary, bas-relief, unworldly, unprocessed, ignorant, fierce, impromptu, fossil, unmannerly, rough, barbaric, abstract, fossilize, civilization, Carboniferous, Cro-Magnon man, old-time, wild, civilized, dago, aboriginal, primal, uncritical, gross, cross-cultural, the Dreamtime, immemorial, uncivilized, basic, essential, dewy-eyed, elemental, unknowing, normal, unremarkable, dated, archaic, ignorant, by accident, low-tech, involuntary, uninitiate, advanced, vulgar, arbitrary, green, savage, barbarous, commonplace, pristine, colored, uncultivated, backward, the Cretaceous, uncivilized, canvas, coloured, underlying, aquatint, untutored, caricature, primary, undomesticated, uncultured, unlearned, start, black, animal, early, nondescript, untamed, original, unintended, ill-bred, naive, naif, barbarian, surface, untaught, culture, the community, elementary, uncouth, natural, barbarian, mundane, noncivilized, rude, daub, uncultured, unpolished, unenlightened, standard, crude, fundamental, instinctive, uncivil, ultimate, cultural, autochthonic, fossilized, unwary, simpleminded, diptych, blunt, native, ill-mannered, aw-shucks, unmannered, raw, ammonite, era, routine, knowledge, coon, good, obsolete, accidental, untrained, civilize, civil society, prime, simple, low, uninstructed, doodle, unexceptional, caveman, underdeveloped, indigenous, cartoon, unsophisticated, unsuspicious, Canuck, civilisation, Gothic, savage, Eskimo, coincidental, underbred, earthy, random, bounderish, ingenuous, barbarous, yokelish, cracker.
- amateur (part of speech: adjective)
- old (part of speech: adjective)
- simple (part of speech: adjective)
- artists (part of speech: noun)
- "A Son of the Hills", Harriet T. Comstock.
- "History Of Egypt, Chaldæa, Syria, Babylonia, And Assyria In The Light Of Recent Discovery", L.W. King and H.R. Hall.
- "History-of-the-Conquest-of-Peru", Prescott, William Hickling.