Definition of "intrinsic"
  1. Being a fundamental part or characteristic of something
How to use "intrinsic" in a sentence
  1. The intrinsic value of this property is well recognized by investors.
  2. Intrinsic rights are those that are inherent to all human beings regardless of any law or regulation.
  3. Studying law develops an intrinsic understanding of the legal system.

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