use prehistorically in a sentence.
They will sit on the pass that day next to the Szechuan buttons and the marinating fish livers and the prehistorically large cardoons, an incongruous jolt of home.
And then, with the help of five teachers, he unrolls all 15 feet and 238 pounds of his grand finale: a prehistorically huge yellow python named Banana Boy's Brother.
Because, honestly, the real world we live in and which has preceded us historically (and prehistorically as far as that goes) is far more complex than what we can get across on the page or "invent."
A line of pelicans glided prehistorically just above his head.
We have driven him up the side of an entire continent, crept along steep cliffs, and wound through prehistorically tall trees.