inhereditary (not comparable)

  1. Hereditary.
    • 1917, Margaret Sanger, The Case for Birth Control, page 227 ↗:
      Epilepsy may practically be regarded as an inhereditary affection, and children of one subject to this disorder are almost sure to be epileptic.
    • 1972, Trend. Calcutta, Volume 2, page 273 ↗:
      This effect fails to change the material content of the organism and is therefore not inhereditary.
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