Definition of 'innate'
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remembered her history rightly, known for its innate dweomer talent. A TIME OF WAR (2001)Perhaps he should trust a little more to Anna's innate tact. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2001)
Any man who moved with his innate coordination was bound to be good with his hands. TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH (2001)
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British English: innate ADJECTIVE
An innate quality or ability is one which a person is born with.
...an innate sense of fairness.
Definition of innate from the Collins English Dictionary
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