They had looked upon her wealth as their indefeasible right and property.
Since the abolition of chattel slavery this has been indefeasible except for crime.
They are prepared to say concerning the experience of God and the soul, that they know these with an indefeasible certitude.
It is indefeasible and perpetual,—not to be sold, not to be bought.
So, too, the religion of beauty and art contains an indefeasible germ of true religious thought.
And thus piety and justice shall be as indefeasible as happiness.
His old friends, the stedfast adherents of indefeasible hereditary right, grew cold and reserved.
Such at least is my own indefeasible conviction—or impression.
The doctrine of hereditary right does by no means imply an indefeasible right to the throne.
The indefeasible and Divine right which is bestowed by fact.