Adjective(1) long past; beyond the limits of memory or tradition or recorded history
(1) But my London love - just like my London hate - is no mere catalogue of pursuits: it's a sense of belonging to a vast agglomeration of almost immemorial human desire, ambition and endeavour.(2) In fact we have a long tradition of protecting nature and have protected reserves from times immemorial .(3) Their crucial years between adolescence and adulthood are spent in some of the most moving buildings in England, surrounded by beautiful gardens and immemorial traditions.(4) Storytelling and religion are depicted as legitimizing existing power relations by appealing to the sanctity of immemorial traditions.(5) The right is ├ö├ç├┐to indulge in lawful sports and pastimes├ö├ç├û while avoiding the need to prove an immemorial custom or legal origin which would establish a class A or class B green.(6) On the one hand, he conceded that the old rites had the weight of immemorial tradition behind them, and no doubt propitiated malevolent spirits.(7) For example, we are already seeing nostalgic laments of the loss of the immemorial rights of Internet users.(8) Zola's cheese shop was aptly set in the new market halls, built in the 1850s, for it depicted modern commerce and not immemorial rural custom.(9) By the will of God, these days add to your immemorial past, your share of glory and victory.(10) We yearn, with that immemorial human ache, to find someone to blame - but whom?(11) Now add the many sayings of immemorial antiquity, although the early bird getting a worm for his punctuality is hardly inspirational imagery for those among us with more discriminating palates.(12) This isn't to say that the artists who broke with their immemorial tradition did so all at once, or that, having done so, they created nothing beautiful.(13) Carefully placed to capture and reflect light, water softens and cools the interior in the immemorial Hispanic tradition.(14) The jigsaw fairy lights appeared ephemeral; the dark, immemorial and timeless.(15) Paradoxically, this immemorial and ubiquitous trauma is perpetuating the dream of an eternal and perfectly just, that is, paradisical life.(16) Because they will be part of that immemorial conversation of humankind about how we shall live.
(1) since time immemorial :: 古来
1. ancient ::
3. age-old ::
4. antediluvian ::
5. timeless ::
6. archaic ::
7. venerable ::
8. long-standing ::
9. timeworn ::
10. time-honored ::
11. tried and true ::
12. traditional ::
13. of yore ::
1. modern ::
2. new ::
3. recent ::
Different Formsimmemorial, immemorially
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