Inherently and Mostly


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Inherently adverb – By natural character or ability.
Mostly and inherently are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Mostly" instead an adverb "Inherently".
Nearby Words: inherent, inherence, inherency
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Mostly adverb – For the most part.
Inherently and mostly are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Inherently" instead an adverb "Mostly".
Nearby Word: most
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  • Nuns Are Funny This trope mostly manifests as "normal" things being made inherently funny due to nuns doing them.
  • Henpecked Husband Today, the notion that the man must be the head of the family is mostly a Discredited Trope, but the idea that there's something inherently hilarious about a woman dominating a man still lingers.
  • Creator / Andrew Hussie Something of an odd example, however, as Hussie has claimed that he mostly just finds them to be inherently funny, rather than having an actual affinity for them.
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