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inalienable

  
  
If you say that someone has an inalienable right to something, you are emphasizing that they have a right to it which cannot be changed or taken away.  
FORMAL      adj   usu ADJ n     (emphasis)    He said the republic now had an inalienable right to self-determination.     
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inalienable

  
  
absolute, entailed     (Law)   inherent, inviolable, non-negotiable, nontransferable, sacrosanct, unassailable, untransferable  

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