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- adv. In an innate manner, referring to a property that is possessed merely by its nature.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Naturally.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an innate manner; by birth.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an innate manner
I recently realized that most men do that innately, which is why they incorporate sports metaphors into their business conversations.
The issue of whether anything can truly be classified or characterized as innately “male” or innately “female” has never been definitively answered, even though Patriarchal structures throughout human history have either just made up answers to this question, or hoped desperately that science would provide something that would help them justify the abuse and subjugation of women and those perceived to be “like” women.
The troops kind of innately believe that what they're doing is important, but in truth to tell, they're not really certain why.
American prostitutes gave the lie not only to the Victorian belief that women were innately asexual but also to the common assumption that women were incapable of defending themselves from physical violence.
The author has an innately appealing voice and a good eye for human comedy.
That encouragement comes naturally from the heart because one believes in it innately and without any qualification.
To the left, the worldscape becomes innately malevolent, permeated by monstra, a gothic mire of Thickening; its aesthetic is grotesque.
To the right, it becomes innately benevolent, permeated by numina, a romantic meadow of Thinning; its aesthetic is idyllic.
What safeguards were employed to ensure objectivity in a decision that is innately subjective?
"I'm innately an optimistic person, a hopeful person," Ludwig says, sitting in a conference room upstairs at Signature earlier this month.