connatural

[ kuh-nach-er-uh l, -nach-ruh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF connatural
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Associated words: physiography, physiogony, connatural, connaturalness.

In the fact of its being intuitive; that is, as Mr. Fowler says, "connatural," or "native to the human mind."

An admission that national "character" is not a connatural or fixed bias, but a simple function of variables.

They are not gifted with any connatural principle within them which renders them self-governing and self-adjusting.

Why then should a rational creature necessarily desire to transcend its own proper and connatural mode of intelligence?

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