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- adj. Not violated or injured; inviolate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Inviolate; unviolated.
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Something in her tone suggested that the inviolated solitude of the asylum suggested itself to her as a fitting spot.
Elysées "to the frenzied cries of the populace saluting its victorious army, and greeting with wild applause" Pétain, who kept Verdun inviolated, "" De Castelnau, who three times in the fray saw a son fall at his side, "" Gouraud, the Fearless, "" Marchand, who rushed on the
But a geographer in our days would have to write a great deal more, for the interior of this country is no longer a deep inviolated mystery, and its aspect has proved very different from what studies, made at a prudent distance, had led us to imagine.
Scotland, to preserve and keep inviolated: neither shall they transfer, nor alienate the same.
"We lived," said Baxter, "in inviolated love and mutual complacency, sensible of the benefit of mutual help, nearly nineteen years."
It is not the defender of the Sicilians, it is not your accuser, it is not the Segestans, who require this of you; it is he, who has undertaken to presei-ve inviolated the glory of P. Africanus.
'of our constancy (as men may promise) till our lives end; yea, farther, we will divulgate and set abroad a charge and commandment to our posterity, that the amity and league between you and us contracted and begun in Christ Jesus may by them be kept inviolated for ever.'
Gerson to be most true, to wit, that they remain inviolated so long as the law of charity is not by men violated about the same.”