- adj.不受侵犯的; 未受损害的;
We believed our love was inviolate.
The constitution proclaims that public property shall be inviolate.
They considered themselves inviolate from attack.
The island was intangible, inviolate.
The treaty remained / stood inviolate , ie was not broken.
The great inviolate place had an ancient permanence which the sea cannot claim ( Thomas hardy )
这个伟大的未遭破坏的地方具有一种大海也无法索求的古老的永恒 ( 托马斯·哈迪 )
To know that it was there, inviolate , was almost the same as being in it.
知道它毫发无损, 平平安安, 那感觉就和呆在屋里差不多.
The great inviolate place had an ancient permanence which the sea cannot claim ( Thomas Hardy )
这个伟大的未遭破坏的地方具有一种大海也无法索求的古老的永恒 ( 托马斯哈迪 )
The great inviolate place bad the ancient permanence which the sea cannot claim.
His wife and mistress, until an hour ago and inviolate were slipping precipitately from his control.
Perfect in every detail, it would inviolate for thousands of years.
In matters of doctrine and ethics, no bishop was in possession of inviolate autonomy.
This plan combines inviolate rules with recommendations that encourage you to use your judgment.
1. (of a woman) having the hymen unbroken;
"she was intact, virginal"
2. must be kept sacred