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The innate sense of justice—not, perhaps, unseconded by the innate vanity; we are all of us human!
Indeed, this idea of unity in substance in nature seems to accord with some innate desire or intimate structure of the human mind.
DARWIN AND MODERN SCIENCEA.C. SEWARD AND OTHERS
Innate predilections were the chief factor in individual development among the women.
THE LEAVEN IN A GREAT CITYLILLIAN WILLIAM BETTS
With the innate lordliness of a brother he already put it down to jealousy.
THE FREELANDSJOHN GALSWORTHY
It's the same in England, but the English don't go about bleating of their 'innate purity.'
CHANGING WINDSST. JOHN G. ERVINE
Perhaps it will be said that each species feels some mysterious and innate tendency to provide a certain number of victims.
THE NUMBER CONCEPTLEVI LEONARD CONANT
She saw Brangwen and liked him, as all women did, for his warmth and his generous nature, and for the innate delicacy in him.
THE RAINBOWD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
Cowperwood's innate financial ability did not reassure Stener in this hour.
THE FINANCIERTHEODORE DREISER
"I have an innate and mortal aversion to reading," returned Fog.
QUODLIBETJOHN P. KENNEDY
Beth, perceiving that this superiority was not innate, tried to discover how it was acquired that she might cultivate it.
THE BETH BOOKSARAH GRAND

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