Israeli and Palestinians both view their national identities as sacrosanct and more important than anything else.
But on the right, the conviction that Thomas was a victim is close to sacrosanct.
Yet until he was pressured into investigating organized crime, those two targets were sacrosanct.
As with recruitment, I have no knowledge of any challenge to this sacrosanct law.
Neither, for that matter, do unthinking appeals to sacrosanct moral imperatives like the Ten Commandments.
But to whatever shrine these pilgrims were journeying, their errand should have made them sacrosanct to all Jews.
Diplomatic envoys are just as sacrosanct as heads of States.
If you are at war with him, and hold his fortress in his teeth, I am his ambassador and sacrosanct.
In their eyes the king was not merely autocratic, but sacrosanct.
"On your own head be it, then," retorted the doctor, and led the way to the sacrosanct domain presided over by Jane Crab.
"superlatively sacred or inviolable," c.1600, from Latin sacrosanctus "protected by religious sanction, consecrated with religious ceremonies," from sacro, ablative of sacrum "religious sanction" (from neuter singular of sacer "sacred") + sanctus, past participle of sancire "make sacred" (for both, see sacred). Earlier in partially anglicized form sacro-seint (c.1500).