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Definition of "congenitally" []

  • In a congenital manner; from birth. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "congenitally" in a sentence
  • "Yes, law enforcement does have an effective role, but during the 2004 campaign when Kerry mentioned that both law enforcement and military approaches are necessary, I recall the congenitally arrogant Bush-Cheney team along my favorite bitch, Lynne Cheney barely able to hold back their laughter at such a ridiculous notion spun out by someone who obviously knows nothing of fighting terra."
  • "But in these admissions I am making no concession to the believer in original sin; for he regards human nature as such as congenitally depraved, and therefore can take no cognisance of exceptional cases of congenital depravity, cases which by breaking the rule that the new-born child is morally and spiritually healthy, may be said to prove it."
  • "Chait ends up deciding that these failures prove that Democrats are "congenitally" unable to govern."