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Sentence count:148+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-08-30Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: inherentapparentlycurrentlygentlyrecentlyfrequentlydiligentlyconsequentlyMeaning: [ɪn'herəntlɪ /-'hɪər-]  adv. in an inherent manner. 
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1. The world is inherently uncertain.
2. There's nothing inherently wrong with his ideas.
3. There is nothing inherently unacceptable in these proposals.
4. Firefighting is an inherently dangerous occupation.
5. There is nothing inherently improbable in the idea.
6. All business activities are inherently risky.
7. A collapse into new forms of fascism is inherently unlikely in any Western democracy.
8. The judge decided the evidence was inherently weak and inconsistent.
9. Poems of any length are inherently complete in themselves. Gulzar 
10. To many feminists, marriage is an inherently patriarchal institution.
11. But capital values are inherently more volatile than income.
12. Are such truths inherently odious or destructive?
13. Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal.
14. It is an inherently debatable and changeable idea.
15. If one is inherently harmful, so is the other.
16. There was nothing inherently subversive of royal authority here.
17. Contemporary academic puritans regard studentprofessor intimacies as inherently exploitative.
18. Aeroplanes are not inherently dangerous.
19. There was nothing inherently wrong with that idea, either-the bay and the Delta normally can use all the growing cotton.
20. The idea that most singles are inherently unmarriageable and the divorced unstable fails to explain the same pattern of afflictions among widowers.
21. The me, being inherently fictional in nature, provides only arbitrary guidance to the speaking subject.
21. Wish you can benefit from and make progress everyday!
22. Despite the problems, old brick rowhouses are not inherently dangerous.
23. Such a procedure interferes with the inherently bottom-up nature of the GRE process.
24. The group selectionist argument is inherently appealing-we are immersed in the ethic of team spirit and charity.
25. Senators who refused to conform to these inherently conservative norms were condemned to ineffectiveness.
26. Some critics of the public sector maintain that it is inherently inefficient and unable to control its expenditure.
27. Masonry is extraordinarily satisfactory in its way but it is inherently heavy and immobile.
28. In contrast, where class structures are less developed - both economically and culturally - the political institutions may be inherently weak.
29. Of course, the Sola grill and Gyroflo oven themselves are inherently more controllable, too.
30. Nothing is more completely accepted in the conventional wisdom than the cliche that economic life is endlessly and inherently uncertain.
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