adjective. ['ˌɪˈneɪljənəbəl'] incapable of being repudiated or transferred to another.
Words that Rhyme with Inalienable
Example sentences of the word inalienable
Courts take the position that parents have a first, inalienable right to make such decisions for their children.
Quotes containing the word inalienable
1. It's an amusing idea to some, this feminism thing - this audacious notion that women should be able to move through the world as freely, and enjoy the same inalienable rights and bodily autonomy, as men. At least, that's the impression given when feminism and feminists are all too often the targets of lazy humor.
- Roxane Gay
2. Our philosophy precedes from the belief that sport is an inalienable part of the educational process and a factor for promoting peace, friendship, cooperation and understanding among peoples.
- Juan Antonio Samaranch
3. The principle of democracy is a recognition of the sovereign, inalienable rights of man as a gift from God, the Source of law.
- Fulton J. Sheen
adjective. ['ˌɪˈneɪljənəbəl'] not subject to forfeiture.