Origin of immortal
Examples from the Web for immortally
And far within all forms that change, they confront all men forevermore in things that immortally abide.Abraham Lincoln's Cardinal Traits;|Clark S. Beardslee
They began to reflect the strange background of dreams, politics, suffering and heroism that is immortally Irish.Modern British Poetry|Various
They had not even comic satirists to keep their names alive "immortally immerded."Studies of the Greek Poets (Vol II of 2)|John Addington Symonds
Perhaps I had done her injustice, and she was as immortally fresh and fair as be conceived her.The Madonna of the Future|Henry James
The great name inseparably and immortally linked with it is that of Stanley.An African Adventure|Isaac F. Marcosson
"deathless," late 14c., from Latin immortalis "deathless, undying," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + mortalis "mortal" (see mortal (adj.)). In reference to fame, literature, etc., attested from 1510s (a sense also found in classical Latin). As a noun, from mid-17c.