Adjective(1) present at birth but not necessarily hereditary; acquired during fetal development(2) normally existing at birth
(1) Loewe, from Spain, leads the path of luxurious elegance reserved for those women possessing natural, inborn style, who want to look refined and elegant, but not extravagant or overdone.(2) People do seem to differ in their inborn ability to handle life's stresses.(3) Homosexuality is an inborn , biological trait just like heterosexuality.(4) Apart from these inborn defects, deprivation of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) at any time of life interferes with a step in collagen synthesis; the resulting bleeding, bruising, and poor healing are part of the picture of scurvy.(5) There are three main categories of congenital problems to be considered in pediatric patients: congenital malformations, inborn errors of metabolism, and other inherited disorders.(6) All human beings (except for the handful of deviants who call themselves naturalists) have an inborn sense of shame.(7) An inborn error of metabolism is suggested by the high rate of occurrence within families.(8) Some suggest that crying could be an inborn healing mechanism, or a way of removing toxins that build up with stress.(9) Very little is known about the nature of inherited talents, of inborn gifts.(10) We have a natural, inborn tendency to try to be ├ö├ç├┐nice guys├ö├ç├û even though this is absolutely contrary to anything that really works with women!(11) The evidence for an inborn , male predisposition for systematizing comes from a single experiment on newborn infants, tested with a single person and object.(12) Intelligence is an emergent property of person-in-society, not an inborn capability or an epigenetically developed trait of individuals.(13) The difference between a good rider and a truly brilliant one comes down to sheer innate ability - something inborn that can enable such a jockey to win a race that others may not.(14) Many of these inborn errors of metabolism can lead to serious complications or even death if they're not controlled with diet or medication from an early age.(15) From an evolutionary perspective, aggression is a response to a potential threat or provocation across a variety of species and seems to be an inborn response tendency.(16) Other items of an interest at the forum will be susceptibilities and inborn anomalies, determination of the phenotype, genealogical study and risk assessment prevention.
1. innate ::
2. inbred ::
1. adventitious ::
2. extraneous ::
3. extrinsic ::
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