Thesaurus / connatural
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Why then should a rational creature necessarily desire to transcend its own proper and connatural mode of intelligence?
An admission that national "character" is not a connatural or fixed bias, but a simple function of variables.
THE EVOLUTION OF STATESJ. M. ROBERTSON
My friend, the fatal malady that has been for so many generations connatural in our family has now claimed another victim.
DONA PERFECTAB. PEREZ GALDOS
There are ideas connatural to the human reason which are the copies of those archetypal ideas which belong to the Eternal Reason.
CHRISTIANITY AND GREEK PHILOSOPHYBENJAMIN FRANKLIN COCKER
In the fact of its being intuitive; that is, as Mr. Fowler says, "connatural," or "native to the human mind."
THE PHILOSOPHY OF NATURAL THEOLOGYWILLIAM JACKSON
They are not gifted with any connatural principle within them which renders them self-governing and self-adjusting.
Associated words: physiography, physiogony, connatural, connaturalness.
PUTNAM'S WORD BOOKLOUIS A. FLEMMING
WORDS RELATED TO CONNATURAL
- counted on
- looked for
- relied on
- in the same category
- in touch with
- knit together
- of that ilk
- tied up
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