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inviolable (adjective), more inviolable, most inviolable
1. Secure from being infringed, breached, or broken: There were some rules in the family and one inviolable principle was never to lie.
2. Safe from violence or attack: In the story that James was reading, there was an inviolable fortress which was secure from any raiders trying to get in.
3. Capable of prohibiting violation; protected against destruction, violence, infringement, or desecration: Jane was adamant that men and women were equal in all aspects and believed that as being inviolable.
4. Incapable of being corrupt; unassailable: Many people believe the truths in the Bible to be inviolable.
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