immanent

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Positive
immanent

Comparative
more immanent

Superlative
most immanent

  1. To be immanent is to be naturally part of something; to be within it.
    Holy people make God immanent in them.
  2. If something is immanent, it can also mean it is something that is taking place only inside one's mind.
    He had an immanent feeling that this was the right thing to do.