inborn[ in-bawrn ]SEE DEFINITION OF inborn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INBORN
But Everard's training of him had suppressed all inborn vivacity.
Aunt Polly was, indeed, that inborn abhorrence of mine, a snuff-taker!
Familiarity may temper, but inborn human superstition is indestructible.
His inborn sanity could not defend him from a misty creeping jealousy.
He must meet that truth with his own true stuff—with his own inborn strength.
It takes a man all his inborn strength to fight hunger properly.
Yet ignorant and slow-witted as they are, inborn ability and resolution are not wanting.
Nevertheless, they are also inborn and cannot easily be eradicated by education.
It was an inborn gift and would have characterized him in any condition in life.
At the same time the inborn gift of style can be starved or stimulated.