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amateur one who pursues an activity or is devoted to a study purely for intrinsic reward rather than monetary gain. [1/5 definitions]
exigency (usu. pl.) the pressing demands or needs intrinsic to a given situation. [1/3 definitions]
inhere of a quality, element, or part, to belong innately; be intrinsic, inborn, or natural.
inherent existing in or belonging to something as an essential or inborn part of its nature; innate; intrinsic. [1/2 definitions]
intangible something such as an asset that represents value without having intrinsic value. [1/3 definitions]
intimate1 having to do with one's deepest nature or essence; inmost; intrinsic. [1/7 definitions]
live load any variable weight added to the intrinsic weight of a structure, such as people in a building or moving traffic on a bridge. (Cf. dead load.)
resident ingrained; intrinsic. [1/6 definitions]
syntactics (used with a sing. verb) the division of semiotics dealing with the components and intrinsic attributes of signs and symbols rather than their use or effect.