indefeasible

[ in-di-fee-zuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF indefeasible

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This gives me the indefeasible right to dogmatize about preaching.

Since the abolition of chattel slavery this has been indefeasible except for crime.

It is indefeasible and perpetual,—not to be sold, not to be bought.

And thus piety and justice shall be as indefeasible as happiness.

And it was her indefeasible belief that Jean-Marie was dull.

The right of the tenant is indefeasible and cannot be 443 contracted away.

Such at least is my own indefeasible conviction—or impression.

The indefeasible and Divine right which is bestowed by fact.

Men are all equal, and their natural rights are indefeasible.

There is but one indefeasible duty of man, to say out the truth that is in his heart.

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