inalienably inalienably

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an inalienable manner

Usage(s):

  1. Postwar prosperity has done some damage to the barriers of class: "The extremes of English society are still inalienably English, but much in the middle is half American.
  2. Postwar prosperity has done some damage to the barriers of class: "The extremes of English society are still inalienably English, but much in the middle is half American.
  3. The Tamagotchi "virtual pet," to take a classic example, seems inalienably Japanese in its emphasis on protection, its beeping celebration of the cute and its use .
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