Inalienable rights

Inalienable rights,

Definition of Inalienable rights:

  1. Freedoms that each individual in the United States have which cannot be transferred to another person or surrendered except by the individual having those rights. Fundamental rights of United States citizens include right to practice religion, equal protection of laws and the freedom of speech.

How to use Inalienable rights in a sentence?

  1. Your inalienable rights are yours and yours alone and allow you freedoms that some other countries residents do not have.
  2. People have certain inalienable rights that cannot be infringed upon. These are basic human rights that even great apes should have.
  3. In America, we are granted certain inalienable rights and they are not to be infringed upon by any government entity.

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