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inherent
used in Middlemarch

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Definition
existing as an inseparable part or characteristic
  • Even when Caleb Garth was prosperous, the Vincys were on condescending terms with him and his wife, for there were nice distinctions of rank in Middlemarch; and though old manufacturers could not any more than dukes be connected with none but equals, they were conscious of an inherent social superiority which was defined with great nicety in practice, though hardly expressible theoretically.
    Book 3 — Waiting for Death (3% in)

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