a. secure from corruption, attack, or violation; unassailable
Batman considered his oath to keep the people of Gotham City inviolable: nothing on earth could make him break this promise.
Sentence in Classic:
Formerly they believed themselves sprung from Jupiter, and shielded by their birth; but nowadays they are not inviolable.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre Dumas Context
His parting gibes were listened to in a dead, boding silence, and, with these biting words in his mouth, the triumphant Magua passed unmolested into the forest, followed by his passive captive, and protected by the inviolable laws of Indian hospitality.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper Context
Nothing was more remarkable than the instinct, as it seemed, with which the child comprehended her loneliness: the destiny that had drawn an inviolable circle round about her: the whole peculiarity, in short, of her position in respect to other children.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel Hawthorne Context
Hence came our Lady, haunter of Cybele, the Corybantic cymbals and the grove of Ida; hence the rites of inviolate secrecy, and the lions yoked under the chariot of their mistress.
His wife and his mistress, until an hour ago secure and inviolate, were slipping precipitately from his control.
The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald Context