Definition of Inviolability

1. n. The quality or state of being inviolable; inviolableness.



Definition of Inviolability

1. Noun. The quality or state of being inviolable; inviolableness. ¹

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Definition of Inviolability

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inviolability

invigorator
invigorators
invigored
invigoring
invigors
invigourate
invile
invillaged
invincibilities
invincibility
invincible
invincibleness
invincibles
invincibly
inviolabilities
inviolability (current term)
inviolable
inviolableness
inviolably
inviolacies
inviolacy
inviolate
inviolated
inviolately
inviolateness
inviolatenesses
invious
invirile
invirility
inviscate

Literary usage of Inviolability

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1. Cyclopaedia of Political Science, Political Economy, and of the Political by John Joseph Lalor (1883)
"An excellent maxim for the recognition of this inviolability is in reality ... inviolability of conscience, inviolability of domicile, inviolability of ..."

2. The Proceedings of the Hague Peace Conferences: Translation of the Original by James Brown Scott (1920)
"However, this provision in no way implies the inviolability of vessels which may attempt to enter a port blockaded by the naval forces of the ..."

3. Commentaries Upon International Law by Robert Phillimore, Reginald James Mure (1882)
"EMBASSY—EXTENT OP inviolability (fl). CLII. IT is not probable that it will ever be necessary to draw the line of demarcation in practice between the ..."

4. The American Journal of International Law by American Society of International Law (1916)
"THE SO-CALLED inviolability OF THE MAILS Recent correspondence between the ... The inviolability of postal correspondence does not exempt a neutral mail ..."

5. Principles of the Law of Nations: With Practical Notes and Supplementary by Archer Polson, Thomas Hartwell Horne (1848)
"As all diplomatic agents more or less represent their con- inviolability, stituents, usage has impressed a sacred character upon them, and has attributed to ..."

6. Introduction to the Study of International Law: Designed as an Aid in by Theodore Dwight Woolsey (1875)
"These immunities have been arranged under the heads of inviolability and ... per- :. inviolability sons can use any force, or do any violence to him, ..."

7. Outlines of International Law by Charles Herbert Stockton (1914)
"The inviolability of Neutral Territory and Waters.— The first article of Convention XIII of The Hague conference respecting the rights and duties of neutral ..."

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