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innately

[ ih-neyt-lee, in-eyt-lee ]
/ ɪˈneɪt li, ˈɪn eɪt li /
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adverb
in a way that is inborn or existent from birth: I don't think innately social people, especially those who gravitate toward leadership positions, can truly understand the way less socially adept people think, act, and react.
in a way that is inherent or embedded in the nature of something: Dry areas are innately lower in soil organic matter because they produce less vegetation than wetter areas.
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OTHER WORDS FROM innately

un·in·nate·ly, adverb
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