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1. intrinsically

adverb. ['ˌɪnˈtrɪnsɪkəli, ˌɪnˈtrɪnsɪkli'] with respect to its inherent nature.

Synonyms

  • as such
  • in and of itself

Etymology

  • -ally (English)
  • intrinsic (English)
  • intrinsecus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Intrinsically

  • academically
  • acoustically
  • aerobically
  • aerodynamically
  • aesthetically
  • alchemically
  • algebraically
  • alphabetically
  • analytically
  • anatomically
  • angelically
  • apologetically
  • artistically
  • astronomically
  • athletically
  • authentically
  • authentically
  • automatically
  • automatically
  • basically

Sentences with intrinsically


1. Adverb
This means that change is not intrinsically to the benefit of society as a whole as envisioned by functionalists.

Quotes about intrinsically


1. I really think I write about everyday life. I don't think I'm quite as odd as others say I am. Life is intrinsically, well, boring and dangerous at the same time. At any given moment the floor may open up. Of course, it almost never does; that's what makes it so boring.
- Edward Gorey

2. Women intrinsically understand human dynamics, and that makes them unstoppable. Unfortunately, the average man is less adroit at fostering such rivalries, which is why most men remain average; males are better at hating things that can't hate them back (e.g., lawnmowers, cats, the Denver Broncos, et cetera). They don't see the big picture.
- Chuck Klosterman, Chuck Klosterman IV: A Decade of Curious People and Dangerous Ideas

3. I hope I haven't given you the impression that I consider kissing intrinsically irrational.
- F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby Girls

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