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innate
used in Sense and Sensibility

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of a quality:  present at birth; or arising from within rather than having been learned or acquired
  • He distrusts his own judgment in such matters so much, that he is always unwilling to give his opinion on any picture; but he has an innate propriety and simplicity of taste, which in general direct him perfectly right.
    Chapter 4 (5% in)

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