Words nearby inalienable
OTHER WORDS FROM inalienablein·al·ien·a·bil·i·ty, in·al·ien·a·ble·ness, nounin·al·ien·a·bly, adverb
historical usage of inalienable
Examples from the Web for inalienable
Trying to build a one-state reality in the name of “inalienable rights and realpolitik” is treacherously dishonest.
Iran may propose measures that suit it better, finding a way to compromise even as it asserts its inalienable right to enrichment.Iran’s Tone Changes in Istanbul: Nuke Talks ‘Constructive and Useful’|Michael Adler|April 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We would exercise our right to go anywhere at any time, as inalienable in the modern world as the right to freedom of speech.
Tehran repeatedly points out that peaceful nuclear work is an “inalienable right” in the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
The former is a sacred, inalienable right, which can never be destroyed, for it springs from the roots of man's nature.Mediaeval Socialism|Bede Jarrett
This inalienable right of the broad margin to our esteem is significant.Bits About Home Matters|Helen Hunt Jackson
This end must evidently be something inward and inalienable, just as the religious end was.Is Life Worth Living?|William Hurrell Mallock
Or it may be stated in the form which Jefferson uses—that all men are equal in their "inalienable rights."A History of the United States|Cecil Chesterton
When it comes to the rights of our fellow-men to spend their own money as they choose, that is inalienable.The Debtor|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman