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Sacrosanct

Sacrosanctity was a right of tribunes in Ancient Rome not to be harmed physically. Plebeians took an oath to regard anyone who laid hands on a tribune as an outlaw liable to be killed without penalty. The term comes from the phrase sacer esto (`let him be accursed`) and reflects that violation of a tribune`s sacrosanctity was not only a secular......
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Sacrosanct

• (a.) Sacred; inviolable.
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Sacrosanct

Sac'ro·sanct adjective [ Latin sucrosanctus .] Sacred; inviolable. [ R.] Dr. H. More.
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sacrosanct

regarded as too important or valuable to be interfered with
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sacrosanct

[SAT terms] must be kept sacred
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sacrosanct

[Wise words] treated as if holy and kept free from violation or criticism
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