According to immemorial custom a few pebbles should be thrown in to lie on the floor of the bath.
The hump is an immemorial sign of the French badin-ès-farces.
The excitement of making new friends, and learning the immemorial lore of Yale, pulled him out of his shell of seclusion.
He is the living Word; in Him was personified what had been immemorial tradition.
True, there were the immemorial laws of self-preservation and retaliation, both of which were liberally interpreted.
His hands helped out his tongue in the immemorial Latin style.
In immemorial Trojan times this fortification had been used as a watch-tower.
It was a part of that immemorial pang of motherhood of which the old doctor had spoken.
The real continuity with an immemorial past which inspires all Gallic things is discoverable in this arrangement of Gaul.
Wat's thumb was raised to his nose in an immemorial gesture.