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primeval
used in Great Expectations

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ancient (of or from a long time ago); or having existed from ancient times
  • But his greatest trials were in the churchyard, which had the appearance of a primeval forest, with a kind of small ecclesiastical wash-house on one side, and a turnpike gate on the other.
    Chapter 31 (35% in)

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