adjective in·vi·o·late \-ˈvī-ə-lət\

: not harmed or changed

Full Definition of INVIOLATE

:  not violated or profaned; especially :  pure
in·vi·o·late·ly adverb
in·vi·o·late·ness noun

Examples of INVIOLATE

  1. These rights must remain inviolate.

First Known Use of INVIOLATE

15th century


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