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Inviolate - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Inviolate - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | inviolate |


As an adjective inviolate is

not violated; free from violation or hurt of any kind; secure against violation or impairment.

Inviolate vs Fedility - What's the difference?

inviolate | fedility |

Invade vs Inviolate - What's the difference?

invade | inviolate |


As a verb invade

is to move into.

As an adjective inviolate is

not violated; free from violation or hurt of any kind; secure against violation or impairment.

Inviolable vs Inviolate - What's the difference?

inviolable | inviolate |


As adjectives the difference between inviolable and inviolate

is that inviolable is not violable; not to be infringed while inviolate is not violated; free from violation or hurt of any kind; secure against violation or impairment.

Inviolate vs Undefiled - What's the difference?

inviolate | undefiled |


As adjectives the difference between inviolate and undefiled

is that inviolate is not violated; free from violation or hurt of any kind; secure against violation or impairment while undefiled is free from stain, blemish, evil or corruption; immaculate; uncorrupted.

Inviolate vs Inviolated - What's the difference?

inviolate | inviolated |


As adjectives the difference between inviolate and inviolated

is that inviolate is not violated; free from violation or hurt of any kind; secure against violation or impairment while inviolated is not violated or injured; inviolate.

Inviolate vs Desecrate - What's the difference?

inviolate | desecrate |


As adjectives the difference between inviolate and desecrate

is that inviolate is not violated; free from violation or hurt of any kind; secure against violation or impairment while desecrate is desecrated.

As a verb desecrate is

(transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something.

Absolute vs Inviolate - What's the difference?

absolute | inviolate |


As adjectives the difference between absolute and inviolate

is that absolute is (obsolete) absolved; free while inviolate is not violated; free from violation or hurt of any kind; secure against violation or impairment.

As a noun absolute

is that which is independent of context-dependent interpretation, inviolate, fundamental .

Inviolate vs Violate - What's the difference?

inviolate | violate |


As an adjective inviolate

is not violated; free from violation or hurt of any kind; secure against violation or impairment.

As a verb violate is

to break, disregard, disagree or not act according to (rules, conventions, etc).

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