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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - Normally existing at birth; Present at birth but not necessarily hereditary.

Usage examples (32)
  • And all I had of thought or feeling, all that George Hammond had called my inborn poetry, came out that evening.
  • These are their 'inborn' personality characteristics or traits so to speak.
  • There is something dazzling about prose from one whose English is 'inborn'.
  • As far as rights being "inborn," I think you citing the Declaration of Independence as support shows that this is essentially a religious view. for more
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