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Inviolable vs. Unassailable

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Inviolableadjective

Not violable; not to be infringed.

Unassailableadjective

Secure against attack; impregnable.

Inviolableadjective

Not susceptible to violence, or of being profaned, corrupted, or dishonoured.

Unassailableadjective

(by extension) Undeniable, incontestable or incontrovertible.

‘She won the debate with her unassailable logic.’;

Inviolableadjective

Incapable of being injured or invaded; indestructible.

Unassailablenoun

Something, such as a belief, that cannot be assailed.

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Inviolableadjective

Not violable; not susceptible of hurt, wound, or harm (used with respect to either physical or moral damage); not susceptible of being profaned or corrupted; sacred; holy; as, inviolable honor or chastity; an inviolable shrine.

‘He tried a third, a tough, well-chosen spear,The inviolable body stood sincere.’;

Unassailableadjective

able to withstand attack;

‘an impregnable fortress’; ‘fortifications that made the frontier inviolable’;

Inviolableadjective

Unviolated; uninjured; undefiled; uncorrupted.

‘For thou, be sure, shalt give accountTo him who sent us, whose charge is to keepThis place inviolable, and these from harm.’;

Unassailableadjective

impossible to assail

Inviolableadjective

Not capable of being broken or violated; as, an inviolable covenant, agreement, promise, or vow.

‘Their almighty Maker first ordainedAnd bound them with inviolable bands.’; ‘And keep our faiths firm and inviolable.’;

Unassailableadjective

without flaws or loopholes;

‘an ironclad contract’; ‘a watertight alibi’; ‘a bulletproof argument’;

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Inviolableadjective

that cannot be transgressed or dishonored;

‘the person of the king is inviolable’; ‘an inviolable oath’;

Inviolableadjective

able to withstand attack;

‘an impregnable fortress’; ‘fortifications that made the frontier inviolable’;

Inviolableadjective

must be kept sacred

Inviolableadjective

not capable of being violated or infringed;

‘infrangible human rights’;

Inviolableadjective

never to be broken, infringed, or dishonoured

‘an inviolable rule of chastity’; ‘the Polish–German border was inviolable’;

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