Inherent

Inherent,

Definition of Inherent:

  1. Existing in something as a permanent, essential, or characteristic attribute.

  2. Essence, mechanism, or property that may not be evident from what is visible but underlies it and has to be inferred.

Synonyms of Inherent

Intrinsic, Innate, Immanent, Built-in, Inborn, Ingrained, Deep-rooted, Accessible, At hand, Attendant, Automatic, Available, Basic, Born, Characteristic, Congenital, Connate, Constitutional, Deep-seated, Distinctive, Elemental, Elementary, Esoteric, Essential, Fundamental, Hereditary, Immanent, Immediate, Implanted, Implicit, Impulsive, In view, Inalienable, Inborn, Inbred, Indigenous, Individual, Indwelling, Infixed, Ingrained, Inherited, Innate, Inner, Instinctive, Integral, Internal, Intimate, Intrinsic, Involuntary, Inward, Inwrought, Irreducible, Libidinal, Native, Natural, Normal, On board, On deck, On hand, Peculiar, Present, Private, Regular, Resident, Secret, Spontaneous, Subjective, Subliminal, Typical, Unalienable, Unchallengeable, Unconscious, Unlearned, Unquestionable, Within call, Within reach, Within sight

How to use Inherent in a sentence?

  1. Any form of mountaineering has its inherent dangers.
  2. Tom was ecstatic that he had dialed the customer service number that connected him with a live person, and bypassed the absurd hold times that were inherent to most other phone services.
  3. Pawn shops usually bring in professionals who know about certain subjects, so they can discover the inherent value before they make an offer on the object.
  4. The inherent idea behind a bank is that they provide services for their members, and that has significantly changed over the years.

Meaning of Inherent & Inherent Definition