Origin of connatural
Related formscon·nat·u·ral·ly, adverbcon·nat·u·ral·i·ty, con·nat·u·ral·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for connatural
Associated words: physiography, physiogony, connatural, connaturalness.Putnam's Word Book|Louis A. Flemming
In the fact of its being intuitive; that is, as Mr. Fowler says, "connatural," or "native to the human mind."The Philosophy of Natural Theology|William Jackson
Why then should a rational creature necessarily desire to transcend its own proper and connatural mode of intelligence?
An admission that national "character" is not a connatural or fixed bias, but a simple function of variables.The Evolution of States|J. M. Robertson
They are not gifted with any connatural principle within them which renders them self-governing and self-adjusting.