100 Words (& Phrases) to Make You Sound Smarter
Intrinsic means belonging naturally; essential (e.g. Murder is intrinsically evil.).
Not belonging naturally or essential; coming from outside factors (e.g. When we plan this, we need to consider all extrinsic factors that could ruin it.).
Being born with something (e.g. He had an innate skill for negotiation.).
By or in itself; intrinsically (e.g. It is not these facts per se that are important).
The ability to produce a desired or intended result (e.g. The prescribed medicine's efficacy was debatable.).
The property of anything to be edible (e.g. Carrots are esculent.). As a noun: an edible object, especially a vegetable.
To make an opinion (e.g. He opined that the 2016 presidential election was the most contested election ever.).
Done or shown openly; not secret or hidden (e.g. an overt agression).
Something that deviates from the normality or expectation (e.g. The universe has many scientific anomalies).
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