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unnatural

un·nat·u·ral

unnatural

 
pronunciation:
uhn naech rl [or] uhn naech rl
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: contrary to or violating natural laws or processes.
synonyms:
freak
antonyms:
natural
similar words:
anomalous, eerie, extraordinary, peculiar, preternatural, supernatural, uncanny, uncommon, unearthly, unusual, weird
definition 2: differing from the character, nature, or normal pattern of an individual, society, or the like.
synonyms:
aberrant, abnormal, anomalous, deviant
antonyms:
natural, normal
similar words:
foreign, irregular, odd, perverted, queer, stiff, strange, uncommon
definition 3: not genuine or sincere; artificial or contrived.
synonyms:
artificial
antonyms:
genuine, natural
similar words:
affected, contrived, forced, insincere, phony, plastic, stilted, theatrical, wooden
definition 4: lacking or contrary to normal human feelings; monstrous; inhuman.
synonyms:
inhuman
antonyms:
human, natural
similar words:
aberrant, abnormal, cold-blooded, grotesque, monstrous
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derivations: unnaturally (adv.), unnaturalness (n.)
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