a right according to natural law, a right that cannot be taken away, denied, or transferred
Tehran repeatedly points out that peaceful nuclear work is an “inalienable right” in the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Iran may propose measures that suit it better, finding a way to compromise even as it asserts its inalienable right to enrichment.
The fascist state recognizes no inalienable right, and needs no consent from its people.
What, then, becomes of the equal and inalienable right of all men to freedom?
No qualms of conscience troubled her as to her inalienable right to fly from him.
This is any thing but the absolute and inalienable right of property.
There are no individual rights which can prevail against the inalienable right of Society to protect itself.
That every man has a natural and inalienable right to the use of matter.
The Bamezye, in which the Wuzeership was vested, but not by inalienable right, was another branch of the same tribe.
This inalienable right of the broad margin to our esteem is significant.