artificially

[ ahr-tuh-fish-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF artificially

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It is, therefore, quite superfluous to artificially stimulate it.

Yet the floor was so smooth that it must have been artificially leveled.

It would be absurd to remodel them artificially after a pattern.

It is to have a naturally, and not an artificially, different and separate climate.

But your mind is artificially coloured: it comes from the dyer's.

In summer the water for the fountain was artificially cooled.

Throughout the length and breadth of Mizora the roads were artificially made.

Their genius was artificially forced, and in each of its capacities.

You cannot create them artificially or re-create them when once they are disintegrated.

The question then is, whether the flints were artificially cut or not.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c.; see artificial + -ly (2).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ARTIFICIALLY

unnaturally

adverbby artificial means
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