natively[ ney-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF natively
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NATIVELY
There can be no manner of doubt that bright colors are natively pleasant.
This sheepish innocuousness comes easily to the natively uninitiative, to those who are readily amenable to fear and prohibitions.
It was all of the Second Empire, qualified by an erratic, exaggerated touch that was natively American.
But he hastened to show that he had no illusions that men are natively pure, that only governments are wicked.
The human intelligence is natively prone to look towards new things.
This was no tricky old cow pony, but a natively vicious, powerful, and cunning young horse.
My mother's side of those long months of waiting was never fully delineated, for she was natively reticent and shy of expression.
War is thus seen to be a function of social institutions, not of what is natively fixed in human constitution.
How this thus falling short of a natively richly endowed soul became possible, can be told only from a study of his life.
Of course it is hard enough for those, most natively disposed that way, to strike fire.