Inviolacy

In*vi"o*la*cy

(?), n. The state or quality of being inviolate; as, the inviolacy of an oath.

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In*vi"o*late

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In*vi"o*la`ted

(?), } a. [L. inviolatus. See In- not, and Violate.]
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1. Not violated; uninjured; unhurt; unbroken.
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His fortune of arms was still inviolate.
Bacon.
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2. Not corrupted, defiled, or profaned; chaste; pure. "Inviolate truth." Denham.
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There chaste Alceste lives inviolate.
Spenser.
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