unalienable

[ uhn-eyl-yuh-nuh-buh l, -ey-lee-uh- ]
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Be yet more generous, and give me immediate, unalienable right to your love.'

Heaven forbid that you should be robbed of so unalienable a property.

One hundred thousand pounds she has, in her own right, unalienable.

Nay, it is the unalienable Rights of Humanity, it is truths self-evident.

When they spoke of revolution they meant an unalienable right.

Equally deep, too, and unalienable, is my conviction that "the fruit of sin is misery."

She possessed not that confidence and contented reliance upon the idea of unalienable affections which characterise the wife.

Fourth, It is the function of government to secure these natural, unalienable, and equal rights to every man.

He kidnaps a man endowed by his Creator with the unalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Was there any effectual mode of securing to Mr. Burns his natural and unalienable Right except the mode of forcible rescue?

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