1. transferable to another owner
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How To Use alienable In A Sentence

  • endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights
  • Inalienable rights are not a reward for responsible behaviour.
  • Here we find a development of that vision of what Figgis along with others called the 'community of communities' as the basic Christian political model: the community of communities, the network of networks, standing with, alongside, the state, not 'franchised' by the state or controlled by the state, but representing that – as Figgis would have seen it – inalienable liberty of the agent, the citizen, to work cooperatively and live and understand cooperatively. Archbishop's lecture celebrating 60th Anniversary of the William Temple Foundation
  • Basic inalienable rights, due process, the sanctity of the home have been quickly compromised in a climate of fear.
  • He would replace a government that is instituted to protect our inalienable rights with one that enforces his own barbaric moral code and bigotry.
  • A devisor may clearly devise or limit the possession of chattels, making them inalienable by devisees in succession. The Eustace Diamonds
  • All men -- man and woman -- are created equal, -- equal in _attributes of body and mind_; (for _that_ is the only sense in which they could be _created_ equal;) _therefore_ they are endowed with right to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness, unalienable, except in their consent; _consequently_ such consent is essential to all rightful government; and, _finally_ and _irresistibly_, the people have supreme right to alter or abolish it, &c. Slavery Ordained of God
  • In a single phrase, these words exempt the sentence's subsequent assertions of human equality and unalienable rights from the claims of traditional conduct, metaphysical certainty, and scientific proof.
  • But this short and easy method with those who take their stand on coercion and illegality was scouted by the Radical M.P. He pointed out with the same lucidity and precision with which he would have stated a case to a leading counsel, the facts (first) that the right-of-way was not only claimed, but existed; (second) that the threatening notice was inoperative; (third) that an action lay against any person who attempted to deforce the passage of any individual; (fourth) that the road in question was the only way to kirk and market for a very considerable part of the strath, that therefore the right-of-way was inalienable; and Bog-Myrtle and Peat Tales Chiefly of Galloway Gathered from the Years 1889 to 1895
  • Strange the 2A would be the only federal amendment to create an individual “numerated natural inalienable right.” The Volokh Conspiracy » Petitioner’s Brief in McDonald v. City of Chicago (The Second Amendment Incorporation Case)
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