Inborn synonyms

ĭn'bôrn'
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Absolutely necessary; indispensable; requisite
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(Anatomy) Situated within or belonging solely to the organ or body part on which it acts. Used of certain nerves and muscles.
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Of or produced by the mind rather than learned through experience:
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Resulting from narrow or limited associations
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Of, pertaining to, derived from, or possessed by, an ancestor or ancestors; as, an ancestral estate.
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Of, at, or forming a base; fundamental; essential
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Related or analogous in nature, character, or function.
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Existing as if inborn; inherent
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Existing at birth or from the beginning; inborn or inherent.
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Relating to a legal or political constitution.
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(Of a marriage) Within a social group. The practice of endogamy.
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Occurring or tending to occur among members of a family, usually by heredity:
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Transmitted or capable of being transmitted genetically from parent to offspring:
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Designating or of a disease whose cause is unknown or uncertain
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Existing, growing, or produced naturally in a region or country; native
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(Rare) Not generated or produced, but originating and existing in itself
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Being an element; present in the essence of a thing
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Obtained via an inheritance
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Being such by natural inclination rather than conscious effort or study:
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Of, characteristic of, or having the nature of, an institution, specif. as in being standardized, impersonal, dreary, etc.
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That is or can be perceived by intuition or common sense
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Of, relating to, or concerning nature:
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A predisposition to certain diseases
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A state of being predisposed; a tendency, inclination, or susceptibility.
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Forming a permanent or essential element or quality:
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Innate; inborn.
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Fundamental or essential; basic.
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