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inborn

 [in´born]
1. genetically determined, and present at birth; see also inborn error of metabolism.

in·born

(in'bōrn),
Initiated during development in utero. In the specific context of inborn error of metabolism, it connotes a genetic disruption of an enzyme. See: inborn error of metabolism.
Synonym(s): innate

innate

/in·nate/ (ĭ-nāt´) inborn.

innate

[in′āt, ināt′]
Etymology: L, innatus, inborn
1 existing in or belonging to a person from birth; inborn; hereditary; congenital.
2 a natural and essential characteristic of something or someone; inherent.
3 originating in or produced by the intellect or the mind.

innate

Paranormal
noun A term which, in the construct of chiropractic, corresponds to a form of personalised energy based in the nervous system; it is equal to spirit or vital force.

in·born

(in'bōrn)
Implanted during development in utero. In the specific context of inborn error of metabolism, it connotes a genetic disruption of an enzyme.
See: inborn errors of metabolism
Synonym(s): innate.

innate

inborn; hereditary; congenital.
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Women are innately closer to the young because we bear them and nurture them.
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Despite popular acceptance and the support of very many prominent scientific thinkers of the first half of the 20th century (including 100% of eugenicists of the day) few now would support a so-called 'scientific' theory which holds that people of a particular gender, sexual orientation, colour, ethnicity or social class are innately superior or inferior to others.
For someone who is not innately confident, and who likes the structure that action points, agendas and plans bring, I found it all deeply unsettling.
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Mountain climbing is something very dangerous innately, when murder enters into it, it grows even rougher.
Today we fail to realize that humans are innately skilled at finding the 11th door out of a 10-door room.
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Familiarity ultimately breeds an urge to hit the fastforward button, but the three leads, playing innately likeable and decent people, keep us watching.
Ferguson commented: "There are some players, such as Kaka, Messi and Ronaldo who are innately gifted.
But no mention is made of people who are innately ambidextrous, as in my family.
She has made plenty of headlines in the tabloids -- Jude Law, the nanny, labeling Pittsburgh with a slightly offensive (but innately accurate) rhyming nickname.