Synonyms of 'native'
1 homeDictionary, national, motherIt was many years since she had lived in her native country.
2 indigenousDictionary, local, aboriginal often offensive)a spokeswoman for native peoples around the world
3 motherDictionary, indigenous, vernacularFrench is not my native tongue.
4 domesticDictionary, local, indigenousSeveral native plants also provide edible berries.
5 originalDictionary, natural, built-inHer conversation revealed no education but much native wit and shrewdness.
He has a natural flair for business.
These corporations enjoy substantial built-in advantages.
the dangers inherent in an outbreak of war
It's an instinctive reaction. If a child falls you pick it up.
As a race, they have an innate sense of fairness.
Diamonds have little intrinsic value.
Morals tend to be deeply ingrained.
When he was 17, he died of congenital heart disease.
behaviour patterns that are inbred
hierarchy as the immanent principle of Western society
They are convinced the painting is genuine.
inhabitantDictionary, national, residentHe was a native of France.
the inhabitants of Glasgow
He is in fact a British national and passport holder.
Ten per cent of residents live below the poverty line.
football hooligans who terrorized citizens after the match
aborigine often offensive)
The number of city dwellers is growing.
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The aboriginal people or animals of a place are ones that have been there from the earliest known times or that were there before people or animals from other countries arrived.
Most people acknowledge that the aboriginal people have had a rotten deal.
an original inhabitant of a country or region who has been there from the earliest known times
the rights of Australia's aborigines
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Thesaurus for native from the Collins English Thesaurus
Your native country or area is the country or area where you were born and brought up.