Simple Definition of inborn
: existing from the time someone is born : natural or instinctive
Examples of inborn in a sentence
She has an inborn talent for music.
That kind of knowledge is acquired, not inborn.
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Rhymes with inborn
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: existing from the time someone is born : natural or instinctive <She has an inborn talent for music.>
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