inborn

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inborn (not comparable)

  1. Innate, possessed by an organism at birth.
    inborn talent
    inborn instincts
    • September 20 1995, Oliver James, “From Venus and Mars”, in The Guardian[1]:
      However, a scientific study just published in American Psychologist provides strong reasons to doubt that there are many inborn differences between genders.
  2. Inherited or hereditary.

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