Definition of Inviolateness

1. n. The state of being inviolate.



Definition of Inviolateness

1. Noun. The state of being inviolate. ¹

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Definition of Inviolateness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inviolateness

invincibility
invincible
invincibleness
invincibles
invincibly
inviolabilities
inviolability
inviolable
inviolableness
inviolably
inviolacies
inviolacy
inviolate
inviolated
inviolately
inviolateness (current term)
inviolatenesses
invious
invirile
invirility
inviscate
inviscated
inviscates
inviscating
inviscation
inviscerate
inviscid
invisibilities
invisibility
invisible

Literary usage of Inviolateness

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1. An Ethical Philosophy of Life Presented in Its Main Outlines by Felix Adler (1918)
"So long as the mere inviolateness of the human personality is emphasized, without any defined conception of what it is that is inviolate (the ..."

2. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 93 by Harvard University (1893)
"... leading expressions : viz. the thought of secrecy which often attaches to <T<f>pa.yi<; and its derivatives, rather than that of inviolateness or purity. ..."

3. The Book of the Twelve Prophets Commonly Called the Minor by George Adam Smith (1898)
"The verbs which describe the inviolateness of Jerusalem (17), and the reinstatement of Israel in their heritage (17, 19), and their conquest of Edom (18), ..."

4. Manual of Political Ethics: Designed Chiefly for the Use of Colleges and by Francis Lieber, Theodore Dwight Woolsey (1876)
"Thus much only may be stated here, that Providence, ordaining that the family in its purity and inviolateness should form the nucleus of civilization, ..."

5. Men of Our Times; Or, Leading Patriots of the Day: Being Narratives of the by Harriet Beecher Stowe (1868)
"Thus it resulted that "while Rhett and Wise, with slavery in full feather, wrote every day the inviolateness of secession and the divinity of bondage, ..."

6. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1871)
"Even if practices like those instanced were common, I would stand up for the inviolateness of a musician's score. That it must not be touched I hold as a ..."

7. A System of Christian Doctrine by Isaak August Dorner (1882)
"How can we really believe in a universal natural purity, or even in the inviolateness of the freedom of all, if there is not one who resists the seduction ? ..."

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