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unnatural

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunnaturalun‧nat‧u‧ral /ʌnˈnætʃərəl/ ●○○ adjective  1 NORMAL#different from what you would normally expect It was very cold, which seemed unnatural for late spring.2 seeming false, or not real or natural syn fake Julia’s laugh seemed forced and unnatural.3 BAD BEHAVIOUR OR ACTIONSdifferent from normal human behaviour in a way that seems morally wrong unnatural sexual practices4 NATURAL#different from anything produced by nature syn artificial, fake Her hair was an unnatural orange.unnaturally adverb
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unnaturalFather Gannon's laugh seemed forced and unnatural.It was a vivid reminder that descending the water column in a submarine is an unnatural act.unnatural actsLuke's stamp lay on her; in the swollen fullness of her lips and the unnatural brightness of her eyes.unnatural colorsIn some countries, it's considered unnatural for women with families to want to work outside the home.Brown spoke out against what he considered the unnatural lifestyles of unmarried couples who live together.It pushes women into unnatural shapes and ridiculous poses.The unnatural state of his early years had been reversed.The artificial and unnatural were extolled.
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