He reached his prime and then, when he had the most to live for, he died.
We were well prime for the journey with a large breakfast.
What was said was of prime importance.
Britain has a queen, but it is the prime minister and the cabinet who govern.
The building is a prime example of 1960s architecture.
He died in the prime of his life.
Young people are in their prime.
Many young soldiers were cut off in their prime.
She had the strength and sangfroid of a woman in the prime of life.
It states that every even number greater than two can be expressed as the sum of two primes (a prime is a number that is only divisible by itself and by 1, such as 7 and 13).
She has been well primed about what to say.
You must prime the wood before you paint it.
Peace is the prime objective of our foreign policy.
The telecom hotels are prime targets for bombing.
This is a matter of prime importance.
The foreign minister had an audience of the Prime Minister.
The broadcast went out on television at prime time, when everyone was watching.
Love and hate are prime emotion.
Spring is the prime time for planting.
She is still good-looking, but she’s past her prime.
He is at the prime of his career.
They have primed the explosive device.
The witness at the trial had been carefully primed by defence lawyers.