inviolableness love

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. The quality or state of being inviolable.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The quality or state of being inviolable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Inviolability.

Etymologies

inviolable +‎ -ness (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • And in one place he hath so ordered his words, to show their inviolableness and indissolubleness, that you must make a distribution of them to gather their right sense.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • But in the order of thought, in art, the glory, the eternal honour is that charlatanism shall find no entrance; herein lies the inviolableness of that noble portion of man's being. '

    Harvard Classics Volume 28 Essays English and American

  • In addition to his repugnance at breaking salt with the man who had robbed him, it was necessary for him to impress the inviolableness of Grief's lies on the

    A Little Account With Swithin Hall

  • But in the order of thought, in art, the glory, the eternal honour is that charlatanism shall find no entrance; herein lies the inviolableness of that noble portion of man’s being.

    The Study of Poetry

  • Yet they stood apart, and something pressed upon Alan the inviolableness of the little freedom of space between them, of its sacredness to Mary Standish, and darker and deeper grew the glory of pride and faith that lay with the love in her eyes when he did not cross it.

    The Alaskan

  • His grace to the sinful, and He cannot deny the moral order in which alone He can live in fellowship with men; and we see the inviolableness of both asserted in the death of Jesus.

    The Atonement and the Modern Mind

  • Only, dear friends! let us remember that the inviolableness of the ambassador depends on his function, and not on his person; and that if we want to be kept from all evil, we must do the work for which we have been sent here.

    Expositions of Holy Scripture Psalms

  • * The inviolableness and permanence of marriage* are so absolutely essential to the stability and well-being of families, as to be virtually

    A Manual of Moral Philosophy

  • (thirteen in number) made against them, but assuring the inviolableness of private property, and offering to stay legal proceedings against the Corporation in case of their submitting to the decision of the King, on the points heretofore required by his Majesty as conditions of perpetuating the Charter 208

    The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 1 of 2. From 1620-1816

  • I say, the strongest support of faith, for, a soul apprehending the greatness and heinousness of sin and the inviolableness of God’s righteousness, with the purity of his holiness, can hardly be persuaded, that any thing can compense that infinite wrong that is done to his Majesty, though ordinarily the small and superficial apprehension of sin makes a kind of facility in this, or an empty credulity of the gospel.

    The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning

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