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Origin of inherence
OTHER WORDS FROM inherencenon·in·her·ence, noun
Words nearby inherence
Example sentences from the Web for inherence
This brings us close to nature, because everywhere the quality is only a power of action regarded as having an abstract inherence.Instigations|Ezra Pound
Concretion or Co-inherence denotes inseparable or necessary connection, such as that between substance and quality.
Let us begin by assuming smallness to be inherent in one: in this case the inherence is either in the whole or in a part.Parmenides|Plato
While the left side, with its allied Recessive, or Dormant, brain-half is of female inherence.
The new hybrids being male in inherence, nothing is added to the female reproductive, or Vital, potential in them.