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unnatural

adjective
     
un‧nat‧u‧ral
1 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 [= fake]:
Julia's laugh seemed forced and unnatural.
3 different from normal human behaviour in a way that seems morally wrong:
unnatural sexual practices
4 different from anything produced by nature [= artificial, fake]:
Her hair was an unnatural orange.
unnaturally adverb

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