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adjective as in absolute, inherent

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These are the values articulated in our country’s founding documents addressing the inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

Your guy has an inalienable right to advance his career not an inch further.

They stem from our existence as individuals endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights.

Trying to build a one-state reality in the name of “inalienable rights and realpolitik” is treacherously dishonest.

Iran may propose measures that suit it better, finding a way to compromise even as it asserts its inalienable right to enrichment.

We would exercise our right to go anywhere at any time, as inalienable in the modern world as the right to freedom of speech.

Tehran repeatedly points out that peaceful nuclear work is an “inalienable right” in the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

God could not endow him with sinlessness, which is an inalienable portion of Divine perfection.

Poetry, painting, and the subtle joys of imagination have inalienable rights over a lofty spirit.

Why should they use the powers that were their inalienable birthright to make true believers obey a Christian dog?

The Constitution and its guarantees are our birthright, and I am ready to enforce that inalienable right to the last extent.

We have just been declaring to the world that all men are born with an inalienable right to liberty.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inalienable, such as: basic, entailed, inbred, inviolable, natural, and nonnegotiable.

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