Definition of "inviolability" [in•vi•o•la•bil•i•ty]
The quality or state of being inviolable; inviolableness.(noun)
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Use "inviolability" in a sentence
"Governments and international bodies can then lose sight of the objectivity and "inviolability" of rights."
"Thus, being committed to the inviolability of human life from its first instant, thereby radically opposing the principle of violence also precisely in the defence of the most defenceless human creatures is part of an adult faith."
"“Part of an adult faith, for example, is a commitment to the inviolability of human life from its first moment, radically opposing the principle of violence, precisely in the defense of the most defenseless of human creatures,” the pope said."