Definition of rudiments:
Synonyms for rudiments:
This school was opened by Commissary Garden and placed in charge of Harry and Andrew, two young men of color, who had been thoroughly instructed in the rudiments of education and in the doctrines of the church.- "The History of the Negro Church", Carter Godwin Woodson.
Living together for years, having a common interest in their children, sharing the same joys and sorrows, husband and wife would learn the rudiments of sympathy, and in happy cases there would be an opportunity for the growth of liking, attachment, fondness, or even, in exceptional instances, of affection.- "Primitive Love and Love-Stories", Henry Theophilus Finck.
- "Seeing Things at Night", Heywood Broun.