I expect his lack of enthusiasm for the fight—see this piece by Michael Tomasky—is in part due to his innate caution.
Beinart's innate decency and humanity were, for whatever reason, deeply touched by this highly affecting scene.
The concept of innate talent is simply wrong; our brains and bodies are designed to adapt to environmental conditions.
The city keeps taking these blows and, in spite of the repeated attacks, continues to maintain its innate sense of decency.
Of course, the innate watchability of these socialites is matched only by their elusiveness.
There was no affectation in this; but much genuine, innate pride.
I suppose he has no innate objection to live occasionally in a city?
Her innate piety (as I have more than once observed) will not permit her to shorten her own life, either by violence or neglect.
One must have seen his innate splendour, one must have known him before—looked at him then.
Each looks alone to its innate sense, the gift of God, and to the sole approval of the great "I AM."
innate in·nate (ĭ-nāt', ĭn'āt')
Possessed at birth; inborn.