Definition of intrinsic in English:
1Belonging naturally; essential: access to the arts is intrinsic to a high quality of life
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- The fundamentals of quality are of course intrinsic to the value of a drawing.
- I have been arguing that it is right to say, as most of us want to do, that natural goods have an intrinsic value.
- Lastly, I am satisfied that the proposal would not undermine the intrinsic value of natural or cultural assets.
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- Each of those fields is inherently, intrinsically, international in character.
- Knowledge carries with it the spirit that knowledge is intrinsically good, and that other people should also be educated.
- It's why exchange betting is so intrinsically dangerous for global racing.
Pronunciation: /inˈtrinzək(ə)lē/ /inˈtrinsək(ə)lē/adverb
Words that rhyme with intrinsicextrinsic
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