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Noun: inalienability  in,eyl-yu-nu'bi-lu-tee or in,ey-lee-u-nu'bi-lu-tee [N. Amer], in,ey-lee-u-nu'bi-lu-tee [Brit]
  1. The condition of being incapable of being alienated, surrendered, or transferred to another.
    "The 1965 Constitution consecrated the republican form of the state, its sovereignty and independence, the indivisibility and inalienability of the territory."
  2. The quality or state of being inalienable

Derived forms: inalienabilities

Type of: right

Encyclopedia: Inalienability