Link to this page adjective: Secure from infraction or profanation: an inviolable reliquary deeply underneath the altar. Impregnable to assault or trespass; invincible: fortifications that made the frontier inviolable. Not violable; maybe not vulnerable of physical violence, or to be profaned or corrupted; not capable of being hurt; not to be infringed or dishonoured. perhaps not violable; not prone of hurt, wound, or harm (used with respect to either physical or ethical damage); perhaps not vulnerable to be profaned or corrupted; sacred; holy Unviolated; uninjured; undefiled; uncorrupted. unable of being broken or broken. incapable of being transgressed or dishonored resistant to attack; incapable of being tampered with not capable of being broken or infringed must certanly be kept sacred View More others: to not be violated; having a right to or a guaranty of immunity; which becoming kept free of physical violence or violation of any sort, as infraction, attack, arrest, invasion, profanation, etc.: as, an inviolable serenity or oath; inviolable territory; inviolable sanctity. that simply cannot be broken; perhaps not at the mercy of physical violence; incapable of becoming injured. View More Related Sources Definition for "inviolable" Secure from infraction or profanation: an inviolable reliquary… View More Sentence for "inviolable" Quotes for "inviolable" "Remember the rights of the savage,…" View More Synonym for "inviolable" Phrases for "inviolable" Rhyme for "inviolable" Equivalent for "inviolable" Form for "inviolable" Same Context for "inviolable"