- immemorial (adj.)
- c. 1600, from French immémorial (16c.) "old beyond memory," from Medieval Latin immemorialis, from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + memorialis (see memorial). Something immemorial is ancient beyond memory; something immemorable is not memorable.
- 1. The Barton family have lived in this village since time immemorial.
- 2. From time immemorial there has been the belief that there are good and bad places to be.
- 3. It has remained virtually unchanged since time immemorial.
- 4. Communicable diseases have been a curse of mankind since time immemorial.
- 5. There have been ponies on Dartmoor from time immemorial.
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