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He has an inborn sense of the beating of time which we call rhythm.
Six months before, his inborn pugnacity would only have amused itself with the situation.
ELIZABETH'S CAMPAIGNMRS. HUMPHREY WARD
Katola might say that the obedience is inborn or instinctive, but it is not.
It is difficult to draw a line between characters that are acquired and those that are inborn.
APPLIED EUGENICSPAUL POPENOE AND ROSWELL HILL JOHNSON
Aunt Polly was, indeed, that inborn abhorrence of mine, a snuff-taker!
He was animated chiefly by an inborn love of poetry and enjoyment of all beautiful things.
Of this inborn and irresistible tendency there are so many facts in proof that an enumeration is needless: it is the rule.
Is drumming, now, an inborn talent, or was it early developed in me?
He had an inborn foreknowledge of impending avalanches and a feeling for unsafe ice.
RESCUE DOG OF THE HIGH PASSJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
In choosing one's friends we must choose those whose qualities are inborn, and their virtues virtues of temperament.
AMIEL'S JOURNALHENRI-FRDRIC AMIEL

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