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Definition of "intrinsical" [in•trin•sic•al]

  • Intrinsic (adjective)

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Use "intrinsical" in a sentence
  • "These intrinsical evils should never be legal or funded."
  • "Doing so just proves your hypocrisy and intrinsical world police profile."
  • "In brief, his life and death were such, that I could not blame them who wished the like, and almost to have been himself; almost, I say; for though we may wish the prosperous appurtenances of others, or to be another in his happy accidents, yet so intrinsical is every man unto himself, that some doubt may be made, whether any would exchange his being, or substantially become another man."