- adj. common misspelling of innate.
“Now, you have already confirmed your inate aversion to the written word but I do suggest you read Janes post for a second time.”
“She is an authentic, straight talking woman of integrity and inate wisdom.”
“Sure superheros from the beginning fought for a reason and had origins that explained thier inate sense of justice.”
“If the answer does not include depth of intellect, grasp of issues, inate vision, wisdom, and humility, then please ask yourself again ... what are the characteristics I like in the this person?”
“While often criticized for his formulaic and repetitive approach to writing (he didn't deny that he started writing fantasy for profit), his works nevertheless possess some inate quality and appeal that made his such a prominent name.”
“GOD made us with this inate need to be close to the earth.”
“The common man in our country have an inate sense of what makes sense and what is bull”
“The common man in our country have an inate sense of what makes sense and what is bull.”
“Is that not promoting the inate sexual inequality of the whole headcovering issue?”
“What's up with the American citizen's inate fear of nipples?”
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