Pronunciation of Inherent
/ɪnhˈi͡əɹənt/, /ɪnhˈiəɹənt/, /ɪ_n_h_ˈiə_ɹ_ə_n_t/
Synonyms for inherent:
Other synonyms and related words:
underlying, noninheritable, constitutional, immanent, core, organic, ultimate, stripped-down, inalienable, inborn, indigenous, native, intrinsical, natural, indispensable, vernacular, innate, bare, necessary, inwrought, connatural, meat and potatoes, congenital, instinctive, nonheritable, born, latent, raw, intact, characteristic, fundamentally, inexplicit, inbred, intuitive, inner, subjective, irreducible, basic, entire, implicit in, indwelling, potential, essential, elementary, inbuilt, internal, rudimentary.
basic, hereditary (adjective)
fundamental, immanent, latent, intrinsic, natural, subjective, elementary, implicit, inborn, characteristic, unalienable, indwelling, congenital, ingrained, internal, indispensable, inner, built-in, instinctive, integral, innate, constitutional, indigenous, native, essential, inbuilt, inbred.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Usage examples for inherent:
- But the true fountain of their success is to be sought in their own inherent energies, wrought to the most effective action under a political fabric well suited to the Indian life; in their mental and moral organization; in their insatiable ambition and restless ferocity. - "The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War after the Conquest of Canada", Francis Parkman.
- Had Christ, in order to his working of righteousness, a two fold righteousness inherent in himself? - "The Pharisee And The Publican", John Bunyan.
- While there were left other directions in which there was no ocean; while other undeveloped regions offered the possibility of development, an inexorable fate- the fate inherent in the economic and the human stuff with which they were working compelled them to cry " Onward!" - "The American Empire", Scott Nearing.