innately innately  /ɪ ˈneɪt li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an innate manner

Usage(s):

  1. You might expect Sarah Silverman, comedian, to be innately aware of a different higher calling, namely, to give Hitchens a rhetorical beatdown.
  2. That's the difference between a matter of morality and one of mere social convention, and Schulman and others believe kids feel it innately.
  3. The government set up a program to do the job, but in a rugged country like Nepal, with a scattered population innately suspicious of strangers, it wasn't going to be easy.

News

  1. Momentum proving elusive as Finals move to San Antonio

    SAN ANTONIO -- The Heat are still in trouble and yet at the same time they look as if they're in command. The Spurs understand that paradox innately.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Sports Illustrated

  2. Momentum proving elusive in these Finals

    SAN ANTONIO -- The Heat are still in trouble and yet at the same time they look as if they're in command. The Spurs understand that paradox innately.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Sports Illustrated

  3. Ian Thomsen: Momentum proving elusive as Finals move to San Antonio

    SAN ANTONIO -- The Heat are still in trouble and yet at the same time they look as if they're in command. The Spurs understand that paradox innately.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Sports Illustrated

Quotes

  1. "Our innately optimistic president has decided that the tiny temporary reduction in emissions from warmer weather validates his policy of doing nothing" to address climate change, Markey said in a statement.
    on Nov 28, 2007 By: Edward Markey Source: Forbes

  2. "Joe hasn't been here much, but I am happy with the way he throws the football," Tressel said at the Buckeyes' media day last week. "He is innately bright about the game of football. He has not played it since the fall of 2003. The other...
    on Aug 12, 2007 By: Jim Tressel Source: Canton Repository (subscription)

  3. "Their work speaks to everybody," Ms. Wagner said in a telephone interview, "and the story of their rise to fame is innately theatrical."
    on Oct 21, 2009 By: Richard Wagner Source: New York Times

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