How to use Inbuilt in a sentence as an adjective

Your needs are well-served by the inbuilt keyboard, so you don't need an extra attachment.

There is much less inbuilt and obvious functionality.

The only reason you can train a dog, and the reason that dogs were ever successfully domesticated in the first place, is that they have an inbuilt desire to be cooperative and to submit to the authority of a more powerful "dog".

I do not believe it is always a question of circumstance, but a question of an innate, inbuilt ability.

Inbuilt definitions

adjective

existing as an essential constituent or characteristic; "the Ptolemaic system with its built-in concept of periodicity"; "a constitutional inability to tell the truth"

See also: built-in constitutional inherent integral