Meaning of inviolably in English:


Pronunciation /ɪnˈvʌɪələbli/


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‘Therefore, the religious liberty of the individual must be inviolably respected, by the state and by others, whether or not it meets the standards to which others pledge their fealty.’
  • ‘Every state was to abide by the determination of Congress on questions delegated to Congress by the Articles, and the Articles were to be inviolably observed by every state.’
  • ‘She came to feel trapped in solitude, surrounded by uncaring multitudes who wrapped themselves inviolably in their own misery.’