immemorial

Part of speech: adverb

IMMEMORIALLY.

Part of speech: adjective

Reaching back beyond memory.

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Usage examples "immemorial":

  1. In 1876 there were but 5 time- immemorial lodges, and 18 Provincial Grand Lodges. - "Speeches and Addresses of H. R. H. the Prince of Wales: 1863-1888", Edward VII.
  2. The time of falling asleep is a child's immemorial and incalculable hour. - "Essays", Alice Meynell.
  3. There, in the slowly fading light of the long mountain afternoon, the two young Anglo- Saxons poured out their souls in a game with the immemorial instinct of their race, fierce, grim, intent, every capacity of body and will- power brought into play, everything else in the world forgotten.... - "The Bent Twig", Dorothy Canfield.