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inviolably (adverb), more inviolably, most inviolably
1. Descriptive of how something must be kept sacred: When Bob and Catherine got married, they considered their wedding vows to be inviolably blessed and sanctified.
2. Relating to how someone or something cannot be transgressed or dishonored: In the story Stella was reading, the king of the land was inviolably glorified and praised for treating his countrymen fairly.
3. Regarding how a place is able to withstand a military attack: The inviolably constructed fortress protected the inhabitants for a very long time.
4. Pertaining to how something or a person is not capable of being transgressed or infringed: In the story that Russell was reading, the nation was inviolably protected by a big long wall along the southern border preventing the thousands of refugees from entering into the country.
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