Definition of "unalienable"
  1. A term used to describe rights or issues that cannot be sold, given away, or taken away by an outside force
How to use "unalienable" in a sentence
  1. The right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are considered unalienable rights.
  2. No matter the circumstance, one's unalienable rights are always protected by law.
  3. She argued that her right to privacy is unalienable and cannot be violated.

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