Definition for IN-AL'IEN-A-BLE

IN-AL'IEN-A-BLE, a. [Fr; in and alienable, from L. alieno, alienus.]

Unalienable; that can not be legally or justly alienated or transferred to another. The dominions of a king are inalienable. All men have certain natural rights which are inalienable. The estate of a minor is inalienable, without a reservation of the right of redemption, or the authority of the legislature.

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