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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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v. - To exist permanently and inseparably in, as a quality, attribute, or element; To belong intrinsically;

Usage examples (40)
  • Verb (used without object), : the advantages that inhere in a democratic system
  • The "substance" in which the qualities of the phenomenal world are thought to inhere is a concept emptied of all contents, and a word without a meaning.
  • To the Being — must we not think? — in Which, above all, such excellence seems to inhere, that is to the Soul of the Kosmos and to the Principle ruling within it, the
  • Man is learned or healthy in virtue of the accidental (qualifying) forms of learning or health that "inhere" in him. for more
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