- by virtue of one's nature, qualities, or innate talent: a natural-born musician.
Origin of natural-born
Examples from the Web for natural-born
Contemporary Examples of natural-born
Once again, Hillary Clinton has reminded us that she is not a natural-born politician—unlike her husband, Bill.Hillary Clinton Wants Bill to Lift Her Up—but Obama Will Drag Her Down
June 23, 2014
“Natural-born citizen” is an ill-defined term that has not been used in a statute since 1790.Ted Cruz’s Candidacy Would Be Awkward for Birthers
August 16, 2013
In short, the Constitution says that the president must be a natural-born citizen.Yes, Ted Cruz Can Legally Become President
May 1, 2013
Yet, for all this, Charlie Brown is a natural-born leader, a quality he demonstrates in Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown.12 Best Summer-Camp Movies
The Daily Beast
July 7, 2011
A natural-born actor, Amedeo Modigliani, nude or clothed, but ever handsome—"How beautiful he was, my God, how beautiful!""Mad, Bad Modigliani"
March 5, 2011
Historical Examples of natural-born
I'll camp on his trail for the rest of his natural-born days!The Black Bag
Louis Joseph Vance
He was a “natural-born doctor,” as his wife proudly said of him.The Boy Settlers
I'll nurse you; and popper says I am just a natural-born nurse, if there ever was one.
He was a natural-born carpenter, with inventive powers of a high order.Make or Break
Diamond told him he was a natural-born prevaricator, and let it go at that.Frank Merriwell's Races
Burt L. Standish
- being as specified through one's birtha natural-born Irishman