unnaturally meaning

Pronunciation:   "unnaturally" in a sentence
  • Adverb: unnaturally  ún'nachurulee
    1. In an unnatural way
      "his other arm lay across his chest, unnaturally, as if placed there deliberately, for a purpose" 
    2. Not according to nature; not by natural means
      - artificially, by artificial means 
    3. In a manner at variance with what is natural or normal
      "The early Church not unnaturally adopted the position that failure to see the messianic character of his work was really caused by the people's own blindness"

    See also: unnatural

    Antonym: naturally


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  1. he shut off the current and did an energetic turn at the brake, but not in time to avoid an unnaturally quick turn
  2. the actual states of the supervisory board are not efficiently, and cause the companies operate and develop unnaturally
  3. last year my colleagues and i reported that dendritic cells from the blood of people with lupus are unnaturally active
  4. in comparison, villetta's legs look unnaturally straight, unrealistic, and while extremely long, rather unshapely
  5. if a learning method is used by someone unnaturally even painfully, we should conclude that this method is unsuitable for him

Related Words

  1. unnatural offence meaning
  2. unnaturalise meaning
  3. unnaturalised meaning
  4. unnaturalize meaning
  5. unnaturalized meaning
  6. unnaturalness meaning
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  8. unnavigated meaning
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  10. unnecessarily meaning
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