English words and Examples of Usage

use "inherent" in a sentence

Critics say the current system has an inherent conflict of interest.

There’s a timelessness that seems to be inherent in Rare’s game design.

Ladue says First Nations' inherent right to govern will also guide the law.

The racism inherent in his actions is unacceptable,"" Gonzales said."

Even the idea of tweaking those parameters is hiding their inherent complexity.

Forward-looking statements involve inherent risks, uncertainties and assumptions.

These men dreamed of a world that honored the inherent value of all people.

All nations, the understanding goes, have an inherent right of self-defense.

For it is not one unique to their generation, but rather inherent to many traditions.

Whatever comes out this hearing, there's really an inherent shame to this, Longwell said.

It allows people to ignore the inherent bias and wrongness of selecting an all-white jury.

Lastly, know that your eating habits do not determine your inherent worth as a human being.

SPARK! is a new venue focused on igniting the spark of creativity inherent in all children.

Instead Putin is playing against the FEAR that is inherent in today’s cowering western leaders.

Anyway, I always thought a touch of inherent cruelty was a prerequisite for a Nascar driver.

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