Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Native in a country; not alien.
- n. So by nature; born so: as, a nature-born fool.
“Chin said the term was modeled after the term "natural-born subject" from British law, which applies to a person born in the land of a monarchy.”
“Ostensibly the model sabra literally, a “prickly pear,” the term for natural-born Israelis, at age sixteen he was in the reserve squad of Israel’s national basketball team, his determination making up for his lack of height.”
“Naturalized citizens no longer need to report to INM, may vote, do not require permission to acquire real estate, and, in general, have all of the right and responsibilities of a natural-born citizen, except holding certain high public offices.”
“From General Manager, John Elway, to defensive captain, Brian Dawkins, everyone agrees that Tebow is a natural-born leader and inspires the rest of the team.”
“She never looked like a natural-born smoker, even though she smoked four packs a day.”
“Some people believe that Obama, a native of Hawaii, was actually born outside the U.S. or in some other way is not a natural-born citizen eligible to be president.”
“I'm told by some of the more experienced/smug dog owners down at the park that it will get better and that most puppies are like this with the exception of those that are natural-born killers but I'm not so sure.”
“You have to use your natural-born skills as a human being to taste a dish.”
“Tea party backers said Wednesday they believe people are only natural-born citizens if their parents are citizens.”
“E is a phenomenally talented artist, a natural-born talent.”
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