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inviolability

[ in-vahy-uh-luh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inviolability

Synonyms for inviolability

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Inviolability of the person, residence, property, and correspondence.

To be where you are you must believe in the inviolability of the Union.

The inviolability of the laws of nature also results from this idea.

He could not rely for a moment upon the inviolability of his own house.

The inviolability of his character protects him from any real danger.

I assured her of the inviolability of her confidence and rose.

He agreed with one party in maintaining the inviolability of contracts.

It is in vain to assert the inviolability of the obligation of allegiance.

All of them exist because of "the inviolability of their charters."

And here the sense of inviolability in each case is most powerful.

WORD ORIGIN

1793, from inviolable + -ity.

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