Television series, especially sitcoms, are inherently ending adverse.
First, religious texts condemn them as unclean, plus the love Westerners shower on pets made them inherently suspect.
I don't think it's inherently tragic when a mother of three young adults goes chasing after some illicit euphoria.
I do not support BDS, and do not believe the State of Israel is inherently immoral.
Large organizations are inherently vulnerable to capture by tightly organized militant tendencies.
To be strictly accurate, the significance of the -ness is not quite as inherently determined, as autonomous, as it might be.
It is deceitful, fraudulent, inherently unworthy of trust and belief.
These monads were the simplest of all organic beings, mere aggregations of matter, some of them supposed to be inherently vital.
They are enterprising and industrious and their mode of thought is not inherently immoral.
Many of our most instant and, for this generation, insoluble problems are the lamentable fruit of this inherently good thing.
inherent in·her·ent (ĭn-hēr'ənt, -hěr'-)
Occurring as a natural part or consequence.