Definition of Inviolableness

1. n. The quality or state of being inviolable; as, the inviolableness of divine justice.



Definition of Inviolableness

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

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Definition of Inviolableness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inviolableness

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

Literary usage of Inviolableness

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1. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1905)
"They would most naturally fall after the devastation of the rural sanctuaries by Sennacherib's army in that year, and the unique inviolableness of the ..."

2. A Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous Or Parallel Expressions by Richard Soule, George Holmes Howison (1891)
"3. Insuperable, insurmountable, too great to be overcome. In vincible ness, я. Invincibility. Inviolability, «. inviolableness. Inviolable, a. ..."

3. Christianity the Religion of Nature: Lectures Delivered Before the Lowell by Andrew Preston Peabody (1868)
"But there still lies in many minds so profound a sense of the inviolableness of general laws, as to make them sceptical as to miracles, though sustained by ..."

4. The Contemporary Review (1874)
"... or corollary is the uniformity of divine operation and the inviolableness of divine love. " The permanence of the order of nature " is the scientific ..."

5. The Historical Geography of the Holy Land: Especially in Relation to the by George Adam Smith (1897)
"2 Perhaps a phrase for the sacredness and inviolableness of the site; but it is a remarkable fact that, owing to the strong sun (perhaps ..."

6. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Thomas Humphry Ward (1920)
"But in the order of thought, in art, the glory, the eternal honour is that charlatanism shall find no entrance; herein lies the inviolableness of that noble ..."

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