inalienable definition

  • adjective:
    • That cannot be utilized in another or other people: inalienable liberties.
    • incompetent at becoming alienated, surrendered, or utilized in another; maybe not alienable.
    • Of or related to a noun belonging to a special class where possessive construction differs from norm, specifically for specific familial relationships and body components.
    • not capable of becoming alienated, surrendered, or transferred to another; maybe not alienable.
    • incompetent at becoming repudiated or used in another
    • perhaps not at the mercy of forfeiture
  • others:
    • not capable of being alienated or transferred to another; that can't or really should not be transported or abandoned.

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