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inviolability

[ in-vahy-uh-luh-bil-i-tee ]
/ ɪnˌvaɪ ə ləˈbɪl ɪ ti /
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noun
the fact or quality of being safe or protected from attack, infringement, destruction, or interference:The inviolability of diplomatic agents is one of the long and well-recognized rules of international law.We will continue to take efficient measures to ensure the independence and inviolability of the courts.
the fact or quality of being held in reverence as something that must never be violated; sacredness: Our constitutional structure was built upon respect for the integrity and inviolability of the individual conscience.
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Origin of inviolability

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