artificiality

[ ahr-tuh-fish-ee-al-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF artificiality
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The love of life—it may be axiomised—is in the direct ratio of its artificiality.

Never was it absurd; never was there a single note of artificiality in it.

The artificiality of it contrasted strongly with Falk's natural unconcern.

We had commented on the artificiality of the twentieth century.

The work was so exquisitely done that its artificiality could not be detected.

There is the right touch of artificiality about them; the right note of London.

Such perfect candor and lack of artificiality was a revelation to me.

Their artificiality is at once their bane and their source of superior pride.

Hence the freedom from any note of straining after effect, of artificiality.

But Oldmeadow saw further than Mrs. Aldesey and her artificiality.

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