immemorial [ im-uh-mawr-ee-uhl, -mohr- ]
1. extending back beyond memory, record, or knowledge: from time immemorial.
OTHER WORDS FROM IMMEMORIAL
WORDS RELATED TO IMMEMORIAL
archaic, fixed, forever, long-standing, prehistoric, primeval, rooted, time-honored, traditional, age-old, olden
SYNONYMS FOR IMMEMORIAL
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timeless, ancient, ageless, olden.
Origin: From the Medieval Latin word immemoriālis, dating back to 1595–1605. See im-, memorial
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR IMMEMORIAL
As Larkin would no doubt expect, the history of dubious royal parenting steps back to time immemorial.
KATE AND WILLIAM’S ROYAL FAMILY VALUES|TOM SYKES|SEPTEMBER 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ah yes, the threat wielded against the deliberately childless since time immemorial: Conform or you will regret it!
POPE FRANCIS IS WRONG ABOUT MY CHILD-FREE LIFE|AMANDA MARCOTTE|JUNE 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Know that the world honors in and through you the builders of a country that is both immemorial and fragile, always under threat.
BERNARD-HENRI LÉVY: ANDRÉ MALRAUX’S BANGLADESH, BEFORE THE RADICALS|BERNARD-HENRI LÉVY|APRIL 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
These are the same tactics that management has used since time immemorial.
IT’S TIME TO RIP THE MONEY OUT OF THE NCAA|ROBERT SILVERMAN|APRIL 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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