Examples of immanent in a Sentence
a question as to whether altruism is immanent in all individuals or is instead acquired from without
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Robinson’s fiction also exposes the vexed terms of our devotion to the wonders of the immanent world.
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Origin and Etymology of immanent
Late Latin immanent-, immanens, present participle of immanēre to remain in place, from Latin in- + manēre to remain — more at mansion
First Known Use: 1535
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