In 1754 an Act “annexed the forfeited estates of the Jacobites who had been out (or many of them) inalienably to the Crown.”
The chapel was recently bought by the church on the death of its owner, and is now inalienably possessed by the parish.
It was, in form and 'fixtures,' an inalienably Mid-Victorian room, and held its stolid own in the riot of Rossettis.
Before she had finished, his arms were round her, and she felt how inalienably faithful he was.
If they know what it is at all, they feel it to be inalienably their own; which none could give them and which none can take away.
This does not seem to have implied that they were inalienably annexed to the crown, for King Edward had given some of them away.
This property belongs rightfully and inalienably to the nation itself.
While the throne is inalienably secured to the king for life, the government is vested in a legislative chamber, called Borodemy.