Antonyms

1. immemorial

adjective. ['ˌɪməˈmɔriːəl'] long past; beyond the limits of memory or tradition or recorded history.

Antonyms

  • junior

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Rhymes with Immemorial

  • extraterritorial
  • prosecutorial
  • nomenclatorial
  • conspiratorial
  • gubernatorial
  • ambassadorial
  • professorial
  • directorial
  • dictatorial
  • curatorial
  • territorial
  • senatorial
  • reportorial
  • janitorial
  • equatorial
  • advertorial
  • sartorial
  • raptorial
  • pictorial
  • flonorial
  • editorial
  • tutorial
  • arboreal
  • correale

Sentences with immemorial


1. Noun, singular or mass
Grapes have been consumed throughout the world for fruit and wine since time immemorial.

2. Adjective
Fenugreek is an herb used for medicinal purposes and in cooking from time immemorial.

Quotes about immemorial


1. And meanwhile time goes about its immemorial work of making everyone look and feel like shit.
- Martin Amis, London Fields

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