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fundament definition

  • noun:
    • The bottom.
    • The rectum.
    • The natural top features of a land area unaltered by people.
    • A foundation, since a building.
    • An underlying theoretical basis or principle: "All neighbor says ... must revise ... their plan fundaments” ( C.L. Sulzberger).
    • Foundation.
    • underneath; the buttocks or anal area.
    • the root basis or concept for a theoretical or mathematical system.
    • Foundation.
    • The part of the human anatomy which one sits; the buttocks; particularly (Anat.), the rectum.
    • Foundation; foundment.
    • The rectum; the vent; the perineal region.
    • lowest help of a structure
    • the fleshy the main human anatomy which you sit on
    • the fundamental assumptions that one thing is started or created or determined or explained
    • The bottom.
    • The rectum.
    • The normal popular features of a land area unaltered by humans.
    • A foundation, by a building.
    • An underlying theoretical basis or concept: "All neighbor states ... must revise ... their plan fundaments” ( C.L. Sulzberger).
    • Foundation.
    • The bottom; the buttocks or anal area.
    • The underlying foundation or concept for a theoretical or mathematical system.
    • Foundation.
    • The an element of the body which one sits; the buttocks; specifically (Anat.), the anus.
    • Foundation; foundment.
    • The rectum; the vent; the perineal area.
    • lowest support of a structure
    • the fleshy an element of the human anatomy you lay on
    • the essential presumptions that one thing is begun or developed or calculated or explained
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