intrinsically

All Adverb
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  • Every natural thing is intrinsically good as long as it remains true to its nature.
  • At this moment he felt that his victory had been intrinsically a defeat. Cited from The Devil's Garden, by W. B. Maxwell
  • If his cause is so intrinsically just, he is likely to obtain general support. Cited from Roger Willoughby, by William H. G. Kingston
  • The meaning behind the band's name and how they got started are intrinsically connected.
  • It is not all that intrinsically difficult; it just seems so when we do it.
  • Her book is quite a sign of the times and has otherwise and intrinsically considerable power. Cited from The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Vol. II (of 2), ed. by Kenyon
  • Her book is quite a sign of the times, and has otherwise and intrinsically considerable power. Cited from The Journal of Negro History, Volume 3, 1918, by Various
  • Perhaps only cautious of getting into a general action for what was intrinsically nothing? Cited from Carlyle's "History of Friedrich II of Prussia V 18
  • Both men were devoted to the cause of an intrinsically Russian art and quickly became friends.
  • This first fire was soon followed by others, each intrinsically severe. Cited from The Forty-Niners, by Stewart Edward White
  • CAN is a low-level protocol, and does not support any security features intrinsically.
  • There are those who talk of money and business as though these were necessarily and intrinsically evil. Cited from Levels of Living, by Henry Frederick Cope
  • In fact, there was nothing intrinsically interesting in the couple before them. Cited from The Mayor of Warwick, by Herbert M. Hopkins
  • An intrinsically valuable thing is worth having for itself, not as a means to something else.
  • That which follows, though second in order of time, is intrinsically a little more interesting than the other. Cited from Narrative of New Netherland, by J. F. Jameson, Ed.
  • This is one reason why most song is as yet so intrinsically unmusical. Cited from The Joyful Heart, by Robert Haven Schauffler
  • One also values various things intrinsically for various good reasons.
  • An intrinsically valuable thing is worth for itself, not as a means to something else.
  • Had that, intrinsically, anything to do with his religion at all? Cited from Past and Present, by Thomas Carlyle
  • It becomes a text about how intrinsically similar people are.
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Meaning of intrinsically

  • adverb With respect to its inherent nature
    this statement is interesting per se