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adverb as in unnaturally

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Yet Martin and Liam were both so artificial, both so fictional in a way that none of the other characters in this novel are.

From Vox

DARPA in particular has led to huge technological breakthroughs including the internet, GPS, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence.

That, along with GPS and artificial intelligence, can determine whether the rider is in a bike lane, on the sidewalk or in the middle of the road.

For us, artificial intelligence also leads to generative designs, for instance.

Each new artificial Mars dirt represents a mix of materials that could be found or made on the Red Planet.

They also passed an outrageous Farm Bill that subsidizes rich farmers and keeps domestic prices artificially high.

Maybe the key, as with so many other foods, lies in consuming artificially sweetened goods in moderation.

Other psychiatrists attempted to treat schizophrenia with carbon dioxide gas and artificially-induced comas.

And we now know that while others were artificially enhancing their strength, you refused.

“These measures of penetrance are likely artificially high,” says University of Cardiff medical geneticist David Cooper.

Her little neck and arms were bare, and her hair, artificially crimped, stood out like fluffy black plumes over her head.

The boundary of a natural pond or lake, either in its natural state or raised artificially, is low-water mark.

They are not particularly high, and stand upon three artificially raised mounds, a mile distant from each other.

The chief mistake is that they have been forced artificially into a regular rhythm.

She assumed, however, a tone almost brusque, artificially airy and unimportant.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to artificially, such as: synthetically.

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