immemorial[ im-uh-mawr-ee-uhl, -mohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF immemorial
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMMEMORIAL
Wat's thumb was raised to his nose in an immemorial gesture.
War, of course, is an immemorial source of romantic feeling.
They are not thought to be inspired, but are revered because of their immemorial antiquity.
If the Gulf States go, still it is their right, immemorial, incontrovertible!
The human mind from immemorial antiquity has ceased to regard it.
Philosophers as well as immemorial kings, Pharaohs and Ptolemys, are on our side.
Truth and mercy are immemorial characteristics of a king's conduct.
"Eat your oatmeal," said Mis' Winslow, in the immemorial manner of adults.
The hump is an immemorial sign of the French badin-ès-farces.
He is the living Word; in Him was personified what had been immemorial tradition.