Origin of inviolable
Related formsin·vi·o·la·bil·i·ty, in·vi·o·la·ble·ness, nounin·vi·o·la·bly, adverb
Can be confusedinviolable inviolate
Examples from the Web for inviolable
If this degree of chaotic improvisation exists within Sochi, just how inviolable is that Ring of Steel around it?
Article 54 of the Kuwaiti constitution stipulates that the emir is “immune and inviolable.”U.S. Challenge on Kuwait’s Death Penalty for Blasphemy: How Far to Intercede|David Keyes|May 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He told me that in business dealings a handshake was inviolable.
Neither the living nor the dead could claim him, he was both the one and the other, inviolable, inaccessibly himself.The Rainbow|D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
The unapproachable elegance, the inviolable security, have witnessed invasion.Frances Kane's Fortune|L. T. Meade
We have not yet escaped the idea that vested rights—and particularly personal realty—are inviolable.The Holy Earth|L. H. Bailey
Every German is master in his own dwelling, which is inviolable.The New Germany|George Young
There is a spirit in the waterfall yonder, M. Belmont, which watches over her and the protection is inviolable.The Bastonnais|John Lesperance