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The burrow reflex of rodents is an inborn tendency for a restricted shadowed space.
Linguistic competence is inborn, not acquired.
One's success in life has little to do with one's inborn gift.
He had an inborn talent for languages.
But there is also a higher risk of disaster, owing to a seemingly inborn human tendency to extrapolate past returns.
He was pure cameraman: character multiplied by intuition, inborn standard of vision and self-educated knowledge (his preferred reading long consisted of memoirs and nonfiction, scientific literature, travel diaries - "making life" out of dry fact), and freedom.
Inborn authority knows no language barrier.
Law enforcement ethics is studied as a subject within the secondary education programme designed to promote and protect the human dignity of each person without regard to acquired or inborn characteristics.
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present at birth but not necessarily hereditary; acquired during fetal development: congenital, noninheritable, innate, nonheritable
normally existing at birth: inbred, connatural, native