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How to use unnaturalness in a sentence

Consequently, when she spoke the name in his presence, there was not a trace of unnaturalness in tone or manner.
ESTER RIED YET SPEAKINGISABELLA ALDEN
It makes my tender heart bleed to think of his unnaturalness.
GRIFB. L. (BENJAMIN LEOPOLD) FARJEON
The unnaturalness of the creed which they expressed always hampered them.
HEALTH AND EDUCATIONCHARLES KINGSLEY
The third element of guilt lies in the unnaturalness of calumny.
SERMONS PREACHED AT BRIGHTONFREDERICK W. ROBERTSON
The stilted legal phraseology seemed part of the grim unnaturalness of everything.
SHADOWS OF FLAMESAMELIE RIVES
Here nature's unnaturalness in such an instinct--a close union of the beautiful and the monstrous--is seen in its extreme form.
BIRDS IN TOWN AND VILLAGEW. H. HUDSON
The unnaturalness of her crime stood out the more harshly by the side of her hard immovability and obstinate silence.
ADAM BEDEGEORGE ELIOT
All this the dust of stage carpentry destroys, and the unnaturalness of lime-light dispels.
GEORGE DU MAURIER, THE SATIRIST OF THE VICTORIANST. MARTIN WOOD
The phenomenal unnaturalness of acting is a thing discounted in the minds of most people by early visits to the theatre.
THE PLATTNER STORY AND OTHERSH. G. WELLS
This is simply infamous and Nature teaches its infamy and unnaturalness.
FACTS AND FICTIONS OF LIFEHELEN H. GARDENER
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO UNNATURALNESS

  • aberrance
  • aberrancy
  • aberration
  • anomaly
  • deviation
  • discrepancy
  • divergence
  • irregularity
  • noncomformity
  • preternaturalness
  • unnaturalness
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