Thesaurus / unartificial
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
The isolated pair merely expressed their instincts in the unartificial, natural way.
THE KEMPTON-WACE LETTERSJACK LONDON
There is something solid, something pleasant and unartificial, about them.
BRITTANYMORTIMER MENPES AND DOROTHY MENPES
My wife is absolute nature, sir, simple, absolute—haw—unartificial nature.
But unartificial nature is, in my opinion—haw—yes, a very wise nature, sometimes.
Then she stood upon tiptoe to kiss him, she was so unartificial, even before the company.
Then away he went merrily over the unartificial ice on the Serpentine.
Here in everything there was the air, the decorum, and the unartificial comfort of home.
YOU NEVER KNOW YOUR LUCK, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER
And I like his style: it is unartificial and bears the stamp of manly sincerity.
NOTES ON LIFE AND LETTERSJOSEPH CONRAD
"Children are wholly unartificial, you know," she explained.
HOW TO WRITE SPECIAL FEATURE ARTICLESWILLARD GROSVENOR BLEYER
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