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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)
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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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