Definition of "imprescriptible"
  1. Cannot be legally lost or weakened by neglecting to enforce or exercise it
How to use "imprescriptible" in a sentence
  1. The human rights are imprescriptible, and can't be lost over time, even if they are not enforced or exercised.
  2. According to law, the claim to the land was imprescriptible and could not be voided by their lack of usage.
  3. In this case, the ownership rights to the property were imprescriptible, making the case for adverse possession invalid.

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