inviolable

This is what I wish for my favorite character from George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones), for him to be

inviolable[in-vahy-uh-luh-buh l] 

adjective

1. prohibiting violation; secure from destruction, violence, infringement, or desecration: an inviolable sanctuary; an inviolable promise.
2. incapable of being violated; incorruptible; unassailable:
inviolable secrecy.


Citations for inviolable
He was perfectly calm in death, and, now he was laid in line, inviolable, unapproachable. To Anna, he was the majesty of the inaccessible male, themajesty of death. It made her still and awe-stricken, almost glad.
– D. H. Lawrence, The Rainbow, 1915

Origin:

Inviolable came to English in the 1400s and can be traced to the Latin verb violāre meaning “to violate.”



Either warging to Ghost, become Azor Ahai or Terminator! This one lives in fantasy most of the day. Have a good Father’s Day weekend!
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