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  • adverb In an immemorable way.

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Examples

  • William Jones, in the 2nd vol. of his _Asiatic Researches_, that the game of chess has been immemorably known in Hindostan, by the name of

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 321, July 5, 1828

  • The town has rather a self-conceited air to me, and unless one were wise, one mightn't realize without being informed that it's immemorably old.

    Set in Silver

  • Goldsmith's History of Rome came to me much later, but quite as immemorably, and after I had formed a preference for the Greek Republics, which I dare say was not mistaken.

    My Literary Passions

  • Goldsmith's History of Rome came to me much later, but quite as immemorably, and after I had formed a preference for the Greek Republics, which I dare say was not mistaken.

    Literature and Life (Complete)

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