indefeasible

Part of speech: adverb

Indefeasibly.

Part of speech: adjective

That can not be defeated, set aside, or made void.

Part of speech: noun

Indefeasibility.

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Usage examples "indefeasible":

  1. The great argument with those of the war party who pretended to a political defence of their position, was the doctrine that the English Government was sovereign in the colonies as at home; and in the notion of sovereignty they found inherent the notion of an indefeasible right to impose and exact taxes. - "Burke", John Morley.
  2. It was the gift of the Indians, and was his as absolutely as though it had come by Deed of Warranty with all its covenants, clear and indefeasible. - "Colorado--The Bright Romance of American History", F. C. Grable.
  3. In 1866, Judge Longfield conveyed to my uncle, under what was called an indefeasible title, the lands of Inch East, Ardroe and Inch Island, and previous to the sale, Judge Longfield caused them to be valued by Messrs. - "The Reminiscences of an Irish Land Agent", S.M. Hussey.