inhere[ in-heer ]SEE DEFINITION OF inhere
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INHERE
There is no escaping the good and ill, the pleasure and pain, which inhere in it.
The latter have no existence independent of the substance in which they inhere.
As, however, this is impossible, it can not inhere in anything other than itself.
But this is an empirical notion and cannot be said to inhere in the mind itself.
It must, therefore, inhere in the conception of significance.
Did it inhere in the race, or was it the growth of external circumstances?
How, then, can such a power have been acquired, and how does it inhere in the structure of the organism?
Such moments are said to lie ‘within’ the given duration or to ‘inhere’ in it.
For accidents (in so far as they inhere in a substance) are co-ordinated with each other, and do not constitute a series.
A certain charm of settled melancholy seems to inhere in his wonted style.