inherent[ in-heer-uhnt, -her- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inherent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INHERENT
Let us now examine what may be described as the inherent characteristics of the people.
He must believe in life and in the inherent goodness of the earth.
Is immortality a divine gift or an inherent property of the soul?
Such irregularities are inherent in the Byzantine methods of building.
In all things there is an inherent corruption; and if this cannot destroy them, nothing else will.
Each has all the inherent short-comings of man's interpretation.
It is always his will to power, rather than the inherent validity of his ideas.
This right must have been inherent in the mother, else she could not have transmitted it to her son.
He persuaded, he moved, he disturbed, he soothed by his inherent truth.
He had reared Jetta with the belief that sin was inherent in all females.