natural

[ nach-er-uhl, nach-ruhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF natural

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NATURAL

From one enemy of Robert the transition is brief and natural to another.

You know I am your banker, and it is only natural for you to call upon me.

A man wakes up to find that his natural promptin's has cold-decked him.

He scowled upon me with a natural hate, and refused to comply with my request.

In all legislative affairs it is the natural collaborator with the President.

"Don't talk like that," said Andy with a certain amount of reserve which was not natural to him.

I am losing the best years of my life out of my natural service.

God is not natural to the Caucasian; the Caucasian is not natural with God.

It is natural to goodness and innocence, but not the less is the error a disastrous one.

It cannot be loving and spontaneous unless there is a natural impulse behind it.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR NATURAL

eco-rich

adjectivepossessing an abundance of natural resources
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