inviolable

Part of speech: adverb

Inviolably.

Part of speech: noun

INVIOLABILITY.

Part of speech: adjective

That must not or can bot be violated.

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Usage examples "inviolable":

  1. Vitality has much in common with such forces as magnetism and electricity, but there is one inviolable distinction between them- that Life is permanently fixed and rooted in the organism. - "Natural Law in the Spiritual World", Henry Drummond.
  2. But although there were to be no more political assemblies, the edict of Nantes was to be rigidly enforced, and their rights and immunities under it made inviolable. - "A Short History of France", Mary Platt Parmele.
  3. They walked off alone, for Daniel had extracted an inviolable promise from their captive to rest where he was until noon before setting out on his return journey; and he had given the man a few biscuits and a slice or two of meat to keep him going. - "Burning Sands", Arthur Weigall.