un·nat·u·ral adjective \ˌən-ˈna-chə-rəl, -ˈnach-rəl\
: different from how things usually are in the physical world or in nature
: different from what is normal in a way that is seen as wrong, disturbing, etc.
: not real
: not being in accordance with nature or consistent with a normal course of events
Examples of UNNATURAL
- It seems unnatural to keep the bird in a cage.
- She has an unnatural obsession with money.
- Her smile looked forced and unnatural.
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Related to UNNATURAL
- aberrant, aberrational, abnormal, anomalous, atypical, deviate, devious, irregular, deviant, untypical
- natural, normal, regular, standard, typical
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