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Definition of Immemorial

Immemorial

  1. Extending beyond the reach of memory, record, or tradition; indefinitely ancient; as, existing from time immemorial.

Immemorial Quotations

From time immemorial, man has desired to comprehend the complexity of nature in terms of as few elementary concepts as possible.
Abdus Salam

Some say that AIDS came from the monkeys, and I doubt that because we have been living with monkeys from time immemorial, others say it was a curse from God, but I say it cannot be that.
Wangari Maathai

From time immemorial artistic insights have been revealed to artists in their sleep and in dreams, so that at all times they ardently desired them.
Paracelsus

All architecture, classical or not, must have some sense of order, and order is much harder to achieve without the straight lines and right angles that have dominated the building art from time immemorial.
Martin Filler

It is curious how, from time immemorial, man seems to have associated the idea of evil with beauty, shrunk from it with a sort of ghostly fear, while, at the same time drawn to it by force of its hypnotic attraction.
Richard Le Gallienne
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Immemorial Translations

immemorial in German is uralt
immemorial in Norwegian is uminnelig
immemorial in Spanish is inmemorial
immemorial in Swedish is urminnes
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