Examples of human nature in a Sentence
You can't change human nature.
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In 1986, the social psychologist David Sears warned his colleagues that their habit of almost exclusively studying college students was producing a strange and skewed portrait of human nature.
His research into their motives reveals not so much oddballs ticking atrocities off a list as amateur scholars of human nature.
Being part of a company that brings out the best of human nature is a rare and special thing.
Gardenhire is a smart and clever baseball lifer wise to the ways of human nature.
With all our flaws, all our mistakes, with all the frailties of human nature as much on display as our virtues, with all the rancor and anger of our politics, we are blessed. . .
Yet the Eden experience is rather a lesson in human nature.
Every so often, a change mood sweeps over the electorate, a product of human nature not confined to one party or excluding any era or region.
With all our flaws, all our mistakes, with all the frailties of human nature as much on display as our virtues, with all the rancor and anger of our politics, we are blessed.
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HUMAN NATURE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of human nature for English Language Learners
: the ways of thinking, feeling, and acting that are common to most people
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