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naturalistic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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naturalisticnat‧u‧ral‧is‧tic /ˌnætʃərəˈlɪstɪk◂/ (also naturalist) adjective 🔊 🔊 AVALpainted, written etc according to the ideas of naturalismnaturalistically /-kli/ adverb
Examples from the Corpus
naturalisticHe turned instead to naturalistic analogies drawn especially from chemistry.Yet it is not the reality of a naturalistic drama, such as we would find in, say, Ibsen or Chekhov.The participant observer in such a naturalistic framework really only observes.Now opera has rarely been a naturalistic medium, and never an understated one.Thus they escape the naturalistic science curriculum of the vast majority of public institutions at the primary, secondary and collegiate levels.Straddling naturalistic setting and ritual drama, Reilly is the only character who sings.They are therefore designed to indicate to what extent and in what ways the child uses language in naturalistic settings.Quite the opposite: Why try to copy naturalistic virtues that the camera can capture more tellingly?
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