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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinviolatein‧vi‧o‧late /ɪnˈvaɪələt/ adjective formal  CHANGE/MAKE something DIFFERENT#something that is inviolate cannot be attacked, changed, or destroyed
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inviolateIf both parties committed abandonment, adultery, or extreme cruelty, the union was still held to be inviolate.Purists object that once you have a forest, it should be left inviolate.I simply thought this was an inviolate, eternal truth.The navy yards are religious sanctuaries completely inviolate on the part of the lay public.
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