inherent

[in-heer-uhnt, -her-]
adjective
  1. existing in someone or something as a permanent and inseparable element, quality, or attribute; inhering: an inherent distrust of strangers.
  2. Grammar. standing before a noun.

Origin of inherent

1570–80; < Latin inhaerent- (stem of inhaerēns), present participle of inhaerēre to inhere; see -ent
Related formsin·her·ent·ly, adverbnon·in·her·ent, adjectivenon·in·her·ent·ly, adverbun·in·her·ent, adjectiveun·in·her·ent·ly, adverb

Synonyms for inherent

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British Dictionary definitions for non-inherent

inherent

adjective
  1. existing as an inseparable part; intrinsic
Derived Formsinherently, adverb
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Word Origin and History for non-inherent

inherent

adj.

1570s, from Latin inhaerentem (nominative inhaerens), present participle of inhaerere "be closely connected with," literally "adhere to," from in- "in" (see in- (2)) + haerere "to stick" (see hesitation). Related: Inherently.

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non-inherent in Medicine

inherent

[ĭn-hîrənt, -hĕr-]
adj.
  1. Occurring as a natural part or consequence.
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