- free from violation, injury, desecration, or outrage.
- undisturbed; untouched.
- not infringed.
Origin of inviolate
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Related Words for inviolategood, decent, honest, clean, fresh, true, sacrosanct, safe, mature, sound, solid, mint, blameless, celibate, continent, exemplary, guileless, immaculate, inculpable, innocent
- free from violation, injury, disturbance, etc
- a less common word for inviolable
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Word Origin and History for inviolate
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