Immanent


WORD OF THE DAY
Immanent IM-ən-əntPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Latin, mid 16th century
1Existing or operating within; inherent.2(Of God) permanently pervading and sustaining the universe.
 
Examples of Immanent in a sentence “The role of government is immanent in the Constitution.” “Teri’s research paper discussed whether altruism is an immanent trait or a learned one.”
WORD OF THE DAY
ImmanentIM-ən-əntPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Latin, mid 16th century
1Existing or operating within; inherent.2(Of God) permanently pervading and sustaining the universe.
 
Examples of Immanent in a sentence “The role of government is immanent in the Constitution.” “Teri’s research paper discussed whether altruism is an immanent trait or a learned one.”