Pronunciation of Innate
/ɪnnˈe͡ɪt/, /ɪnnˈeɪt/, /ɪ_n_n_ˈeɪ_t/
Antonyms for innate:
exterior, superfluous, stupid, coincidental, transient, heritable, learned, sophisticated, subsidiary, conditioned, inheritable, outward, unintelligent, Superadded, adscititious, superimposed, extrinsic, surface, incidental, fortuitous, unconnected, Meditated, superficial, casual, acquired, supplemental.
Usage examples for innate:
- But his offence resulted more from these characteristics than from innate ugliness of temper. - "Success With Small Fruits", E. P. Roe.
- To this day I cannot rid myself of an innate doubt when I make a purchase. - "Confessions of Boyhood", John Albee.
- The three adventurers would have preferred the shade and Mark Twain, or else a dash through the woods, but they were true Canadians, born with that innate idea that he who does not work should not eat. - "'Lizbeth of the Dale", Marian Keith.
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Rhymes for innate:
- straight, ate, eight, hate, skate, mate, weight, gait, plait, crate, bait, wait, bate, streight, sate, fait, speight, chait, gate, late, fate, plate, strait, nate, state, wayt, waite, prate, tait, trait, slate, grate, date, rate, freight, aydt, taitt, kate, rait, spate, cate, pate, great, hait, tate, pait, fete;
- debate, postdate, dilate, tri-state, misstate, upstate, oblate, translate, estate, relate, sedate, deflate, lightweight, conflate, collate, create, restate, prorate, await, elate, ornate, est, update, predate, kuwait, berate, dictate, gestate, negate, inflate, belate, irate, equate, abate, reflate;
- interstate, reinstate, desecrate, silverplate, intrastate, procreate, overrate, underrate, conjugate, overweight, solid-state;
- interrelate, recriminate, remunerate, demodulate;