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indissolubility

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality of being indissoluble.
  • noun Incapability of being dissolved or liquefied. See dissolve, 1, and solution.
  • noun Perpetuity of obligation or binding force.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The quality or state of being indissoluble.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The quality of being indissoluble.

Etymologies

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Compare French indissolubilité.

Examples

  • Benedict has used his annual speech to the Rota to impress on its members the indissolubility of marriage and that they should avoid the temptation of granting annulments on a whim.

    Pope: Marriage is not an absolute right

  • Benedict has used his annual speech to the Rota to impress on its members the indissolubility of marriage and that they should avoid the temptation of granting annulments on a whim.

    Pope: Marriage is not an absolute right

  • Benedict has used his annual speech to the Rota to impress on its members the indissolubility of marriage and that they should avoid the temptation of granting annulments on a whim.

    Pope: Not Everyone Has Right To Marry

  • Benedict has used his annual speech to the Rota to impress on its members the indissolubility of marriage and that they should avoid the temptation of granting annulments on a whim.

    Pope: Not Everyone Has Right To Marry

  • Benedict has used his annual speech to the Rota to impress on its members the indissolubility of marriage and that they should avoid the temptation of granting annulments on a whim.

    Pope: Not Everyone Has Right To Marry

  • This is birth as psychological reality: the sense of the indissolubility of life and death, and that for each individual woman birth is at once miracle, symbol of hope, and frightening physical ordeal.

    From Shtetl to Château

  • Two questions discussed during Bolzano's time and once again topical at present are those concerning the indissolubility of marriage and concerning celibacy.

    Slices of Matisse

  • Bolzano advocated the indissolubility of marriage without restrictions or exceptions (RW IV, 356 ff.).

    Slices of Matisse

  • In 1977, the heretical "Dutch Catechism" which denied original sin and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, as well the indissolubility of matrimony, was not condemned as a whole by the Vatican, but only "some portions to be altered".

    Obama's "Humble Realism"???

  • And crucially without reference to the indissolubility of Christian marriage the document doesn't make complete sense.

    A parish priest's pastoral letter to his people

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