immemorial

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  • All three of these had been cities since time immemorial before the loss of city status.
  • Is the life of mind something like that of great trees of immemorial growth? Cited from Amiel's Journal, by Henri Frederic Amiel, Tr. Ward
  • From time immemorial this had been an important festival to the country people around. Cited from Debit and Credit, by Gustav Freytag
  • From time immemorial the history of the popular hero has ever been the same. Cited from Old Lady Number 31, by Louise Forsslund
  • We had had but that one newspaper in our town from time immemorial. Cited from Slippy McGee, Sometimes Known as the Butterfly Man, Marie Conway Oemler
  • From time immemorial, women as well as men have been workers of the world. Cited from Making Both Ends Meet, by Sue Ainslie Clark and Edith Wyatt
  • Since time immemorial, songs have been passed on by word of mouth.
  • The week has been in use for this purpose in the East from time immemorial. Cited from Outline of Universal History,by George Park Fisher
  • Speak from thy lips of immemorial speech If but one word for each. Cited from Two Nations, by Algernon Charles Swinburne
  • The lot of woman in China has, from time immemorial, been a hard one. Cited from Woman: Man's Equal, by Thomas Webster
  • The four-ball over had been used since time immemorial.
  • From time immemorial, perhaps; ever since the days of those others. Cited from Fountains In The Sand, by Norman Douglas
  • There had been from time immemorial a system by which corps clothes were common property. Cited from The Loom of Youth, by Alec Waugh
  • It was already of immemorial age, going back certainly to medieval and probably to very ancient times. Cited from Elizabethan Sea Dogs, by William Wood
  • Had he, an English public school boy, played the game according to the immemorial English rules? Cited from The Lost Naval Papers, by Bennet Copplestone
  • And in this dark, deep, secure retreat great fish had lived since time immemorial. Cited from The Young Wireless Operator--As a Fire Patrol, by Lewis E. Theiss
  • From time immemorial their society has known no other conditions, and the married couples are generally happy. Cited from Through Central Borneo, by Carl Lumholtz
  • The wards are ancient and their number has only changed three times since their creation in time immemorial.
  • It must surely have been as it was now since time immemorial. Cited from Round Anvil Rock, by Nancy Huston Banks
  • Of these words, whose tradition is immemorial, the greatest, of course, are the sea-walls. Cited from Hills and the Sea, by H. Belloc
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