inhere


in·here

verb \in-ˈhir\
in·heredin·her·ing

Definition of INHERE

intransitive verb
:  to be inherent <does selfishness inhere in each of us?>

Origin of INHERE

Middle English enheren to be a companion, belong, from Latin inhaerēre to be attached, from in- + haerēre to adhere
First Known Use: 15th century

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