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in-vĭŏlātus , a, um, adj.
I. Unhurt, inviolate (class.): “invulnerati inviolatique,Cic. Sest. 67, 140: “corpus omnium civium,id. Rab. Perd. 4, 11: “amicitia,id. Sull. 17: “vita,” i. e. happy, pleasant, Sil. 13, 875: “terra,” i. e. unploughed, Varr. R. R. 2, 1, 4: “aliquid integrum atque inviolatum praestare,Cic. Cael. 5, 11. —
II. Inviolable: “tribuni plebis,Liv. 3, 55: “tribunicia potestas,id. 8, 54: “templum,id. 2, 1: “pudicitia,Ov. Liv. Aug. 43: “fides publica,Sall. J. 33, 3: “jus vel fas,Just. 8, 3, 13: “fama,unavailable, Sall. J. 43, 1.—Adv.: invĭŏlātē , inviolably: “servare memoriam alicujus,Cic. de Sen. 22, 81 fin.: “servare jusjurandum,Gell. 7, 18, 1.
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