Definition of Inbuilt

1. Adjective. Existing as an essential constituent or characteristic. "A constitutional inability to tell the truth"

Exact synonyms: Built-in, Constitutional, Inherent, Integral
Similar to: Intrinsic, Intrinsical
Derivative terms: Inhere, Inherence



Definition of Inbuilt

1. Adjective. Existing as an essential constituent; built-in; inherent; integral. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Inbuilt

1. forming an integral part of a structure [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inbuilt

inbred
inbred strain
inbreds
inbreed
inbreeder
inbreeders
inbreeding
inbreedings
inbreeds
inbring
inbrings
inbroken
inbrought
inbuild
inbuilding
inbuilt (current term)
inburn
inburning
inburnt
inburst
inbursts
inby
inbye
inca
incage
incaged
incagement
incages
incaging
incaite

Literary usage of Inbuilt

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1. Graphical Determination of Forces in Engineering Structures by James B. Chalmers (1881)
"Elastic Line of a Loaded Beam, inbuilt at one end, free at the other, ... A) be such a beam inbuilt at A, say horizontally, and loaded uniformly ABC ..."

2. Modern Business Writing by Charles Harvey Raymond (1921)
"'inbuilt' That means that from, the Titan 10-20 you will get power quality." at the drawbar for about half the expense of gasoline power, because you know ..."

3. Participatory Development: Learning from South Asia by Ponna Wignaraja (1991)
"Though projected as above and beyond culture and politics, and being scientific and rational, modern knowledge has an inbuilt mission. ..."

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