innate[ ih-neyt, in-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF innate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INNATE
I suppose he has no innate objection to live occasionally in a city?
The mind is formed not by its innate powers, but by its governing desires.
And is virtue in your opinion, Prodicus, innate or acquired by instruction?
One must have seen his innate splendour, one must have known him before—looked at him then.
Don't fancy that they have any innate pleasure in harsh measures.
The fundamental condition of life is the innate heat, the abdication of which is death.
Cruelty is innate in them, and vice and crime are everywhere rampant.
Hence the relics which he snatches from ruin will have some innate merits to recommend them.
I supposed they were talking of the innate sin of both their hearts.
It was the innate virtue of the man that made this appeal to his corrupted nature.