since time immemorial

since time immemorial

From a time long before one would be able to remember; since the distant past. Our family line has presided over this land since time immemorial. Giant sea turtles have been coming to this spot to mate since time immemorial.
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since time immemorial

since a very long time ago. (Literally, since time before recorded history.) My hometown has had a big parade on the Fourth of July since time immemorial. since time immemorial, the trees have blossomed each spring.
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since time immemorial

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from time immemorial

LITERARY
If you say that something has been happening since time immemorial or from time immemorial, you mean that it has been happening for many centuries. Thailand's central position in Southeast Asia has had a major effect on the art of the area since time immemorial. From time immemorial, we have danced to celebrate the sacred forces of Nature.
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from/since ˌtime immeˈmorial

from ancient times; from a very long time ago: The Barton family have lived in this village since time immemorial.
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References in classic literature ?
This is the valley of love and peace and rest to which every Barsoomian since time immemorial has longed to pilgrimage at the end of a life of hate and strife and bloodshed," he replied.
Discrimination of women has been there since time immemorial.
Summary: Imphal [Manipur], January 6 (ANI): Women polo players in Manipur are putting their best efforts in promoting the sport in the state, selflessly dedicating themselves to preserve a game that has been an inseparable part of Manipuri culture since time immemorial.
Recent archaeological finds confirm that bears have preoccupied the imaginations of humans and even neanderthals since time immemorial.
Well, of course, as with every other device to suck wealth out of the country and secrete it in the hands of the unscrupulous, it's not illegal, and this is the way our masters have behaved since time immemorial, what's to complain about?
THE Great British pub is a national institution and has been part of our community life since time immemorial.
As the book's introduction states, "Humans have been looking at birds since time immemorial.
All K12 schools in Washington are mandated by a new state law to teach Since Time Immemorial, a curriculum that focuses on the history and culture of the state's 29 federally recognized Native American tribes.
Classic stories have been passed on from generation to generation since time immemorial, with legendary storytellers like the Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Andersen, Charles Perrault and Aesop.
A common is a plot of land designated for usage by all the residents in the town exclusively since time immemorial.
South East Asian regions were under Indian influence since time immemorial.
Given that con-ict between the Arab and the Jew has been going on since time immemorial, the chances of such an outcome are probably slim, to say the least, and the only beneY=ciaries will continue to be our enthusiastic newshounds who will, without fail, have nice juicy stories on which to report.
Of course, impressionable youngsters have been joining questionable causes since time immemorial.
We've been here since time immemorial, and the objects in the ground are from our ancestors.
The six-furlong course at Ascot, when the weather has been playing games, has been making fools of the best local jockeys since time immemorial.