Monday, April 4, 2011

immanent

immanent [ IM-uh'-nuh' nt ]
adjective ]
MEANING :
1. inherent; dwelling or existing within
2. taking place inside the mind without having any consequences outside
USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :
Values immanent in our culture are to be preserved and instilled to the next generation.
USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
Though Britain has no written constitution or pledge of allegiance, we have values which are immanent in our culture, and which every citizen should be expected to agree with.