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noun
basics  n. pl.  
1.
A statement of fundamental facts or principles.
Synonyms: ABC, ABC's, ABCs, rudiments.
2.
Principles from which other truths can be derived; as, let's get down to basics.
Synonyms: fundamentals, fundamental principle, basic principle, bedrock.






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"Basics" Quotes from Famous Books



... augurs had been there. Production of the basics had become so profuse that poverty in the old sense of the word had become nonsensical. There was an abundance of the necessities of life for all. Social security, socialized medicine, unending unemployment insurance, old ...
— Mercenary • Dallas McCord Reynolds



Words linked to "Basics" :   rudiment, rudiments, ABCs, first principle, first rudiment, bedrock, basic principle, alphabet, fundamental principle, fact, ABC's, ABC



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