Endemic in a sentence

Definition of Endemic

Native to a particular area or culture; originating where it occurs. | (especially of plants and animals) Peculiar to a particular area or region; not found in other places. | (especially of diseases) Prevalent in a particular area or region.

How to use Endemic in a Sentence?

  • Were they looking for some endemic impropriety to break out on me as a witness to what a popular actress must inevitably become?
  • A certain effeminacy, and even the endemic practice of odious vices, appears to have early enervated it.
  • Evidently neither of the theories referred to accounts for all of the observed facts with reference to the endemic prevalence and epidemic extension of the disease under consideration.
  • The three endemic populations of turtles at Cuatro Cienegas therefore, differ by varying degrees from their closest living relatives.

Short Example Sentence for Endemic

  • To that endemic disease of the mind no penal statute can afford a remedy.