congenitally

All Adverb Noun
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  • One or the other of these forms is missing in some humans congenitally.
  • Again taking into consideration only the congenitally deaf the results are still more striking. Cited from Consanguineous Marriages in the American Population, by Arner
  • That sort of woman congenitally cannot enjoy her breakfast in bed. Cited from Cheerful--By Request, by Edna Ferber
  • I would not discourage him, you understand, but he was congenitally unable to learn French. Cited from St Ives, by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • It must be emphasized that these people were congenitally blind and had previously not been able to see.
  • They can occur either congenitally or from injury, as, for instance, burning. Cited from Old-Time Makers of Medicine, by James J. Walsh
  • Humans are gradually losing their wisdom teeth, with some individuals having them congenitally absent.
  • JET-like symptoms can also manifest congenitally and in the first six months of life.
  • A good cause might turn the scale with me, for may not I too be of an exceptional brain, congenitally? Cited from Dracula, by Bram Stoker
  • Second, that government is an art of which you are congenitally incapable. Cited from Back to Methuselah, by George Bernard Shaw
  • In other cases, a small, upper portion of the kidney is congenitally non-functional.
  • The plate may be constructed to include any congenitally missing teeth to improve articulation and appearance.
  • They later abandoned him and his congenitally-retarded sister to their grandparents, who were little-interested in raising the two.
  • He cannot possibly be treated as one who sins because he never has known better, or as one who walks in darkness because he is congenitally blind. Cited from Memories and Studies, by William James
  • Patients with bradycardia have likely acquired it, as opposed to having it congenitally.
  • At the same time he also developed his own private practice and began to specialize in the treatment of congenitally acquired facial disfigurements.
  • This is primarily due to the risk of additional anomalies being present in the congenitally abnormal ear.
  • From the studies that have been made, it seems that two congenitally feeble-minded parents will have only feeble-minded children. Cited from The Science of Human Nature, by William Henry Pyle
  • Her teeth were excellently cared for, although some were possibly congenitally missing and all of her wisdom teeth had been removed.
  • The premolars may be congenitally missing, and the primary teeth (baby teeth) may be smaller than usual.
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