- a (of a substance) incapable of being dissolved
- s used of decisions and contracts
- Cried he to Carneiro: "Where the constitution says 'marriage is an indissoluble tie,' Your Excellency says 'dissoluble.
- The signatories to the Alliance were to bind themselves " to remain united by the bonds of true and indissoluble fraternity; to assist each other on all occasions and in all .
- The Party's verdict on the Tiananmen proteststhat they amounted to a counterrevolutionary actwas never reversed by Deng, and is also an indissoluble part of his legacy.
News & Articles
- Pro football: Foles gives Kelly, Eagles something to ponder
TAMPA, Fla. — Chip Kelly’s position this week was that an outstanding performance from Nick Foles would be favorable for all involved. He stopped short of suggesting Michael Vick’s role as starting quarterback was indissoluble. A strong game from Foles would require consideration.
Oct. 14, 2013 - Naples Daily News
- Pope Benedict XVI in National Catholic Reporter
In his address, Pope Benedict said, "The good of the person and society is intimately linked to the 'healthy condition' of the family," which, he said, is "founded on the indissoluble union between a man and woman."
- John Quincy Adams in Agape Press
John Quincy Adams, the sixth president of the United States, said: "The highest glory of the American Revolution was that it connected in one indissoluble bond, the principles of civil government with the principles of Christianity."
- George Washington in FrontPage magazine.com
There is no truth more thoroughly established,said George Washington, in his first inaugural address, "than that there exists in the economy and course of nature, an indissoluble union between virtue and happiness."