unalienable

[uhn-eyl-yuh-nuh-buhl, -ey-lee-uh-]
adjective

Origin:
un-1 + alienable

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unalienable (ʌnˈeɪljənəbəl)
 
adj
law a variant of inalienable

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Example sentences
Our unalienable rights are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Liberty may well be an unalienable right, but it is hardly ever a sure thing.
Although the crave for a fresh regime is palpable, a few grand and unalienable touchstones should be endorsed.
We were all born with the right to defend our lives and that unalienable right is already protected in the second amendment.
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