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innate
used in Middlemarch

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of a quality:  present at birth; or arising from within rather than having been learned or acquired
  • Lydgate relied much on the psychological difference between what for the sake of variety I will call goose and gander: especially on the innate submissiveness of the goose as beautifully corresponding to the strength of the gander.
    Book 4 — Three Love Problems (32% in)

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