inherent definition

  • adjective:
    • Existing as an essential constituent or characteristic; intrinsic.
    • obviously a component or consequence of one thing.
    • Permanently current in something; inseparably affixed or linked; normally regarding; inborn; inalienable
    • current as an important constituent or characteristic
    • in the nature of anything though maybe not readily apparent
  • others:
    • Inhering; infixed; sticking within; strongly lodged or incorporated.
    • Existing as a component, high quality, or characteristic; innately characteristic; intrinsic: as, built-in shade; built-in beauty of personality.

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