Examples of innate in a Sentence
- … the delays innate in both serial and book publication … —Walter Rundell, American Association of University Professors Bulletin, September 1971
- … the materials for conflict are innate to social life. —Richard Sennett, Psychology Today, November 1970
- The faculty for myth is innate in the human race. —W. Somerset Maugham, The Moon and Sixpence, 1919
She has an innate sense of rhythm.
the innate problems of wireless communication
Recent Examples of innate from the Web
But Cousins also has an innate sense for where the basket is at all times and a feathery touch that makes watching him in the paint anything but a chore.
Fundamentally, psychic skills are defined by an innate ability to process sensory data — both tangible and intangible stimuli — on an extremely deep emotional, physical, or spiritual level.
While the area has faced challenges over the years, its innate resilience and built-in beauty — including gorgeous brick buildings — gives Over-the-Rhine historic charm.
Since each of these states has equal representation in the Senate, the chamber gives Republicans an innate advantage.
At the most fundamental level of biology, people recognize the innate advantage of defining differences in species.
The most magical part of the book, illustrating Vo’s innate sense of story, is the separate tale of a child’s naughty behavior that is followed by connection and kindness.
Straight-sized people have an innate sense of liberty with their bodies that many people of size don’t.
Watching Fix My Life does not appeal to our, the viewers, innate sense that things could be better in our own lives.
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in one's blood;
Synonym Discussion of innate
- an innate sense of fair play
- her inborn love of nature
- inbred political loyalties
- a congenital heart murmur
- eye color is hereditary
INNATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of innate for English Language Learners
: existing from the time a person or animal is born
: existing as part of the basic nature of something
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