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Adjective
That which happens routinely without human intervention
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“Many argue that climate change is a natural occurrence while others obviously disagree.”
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Existing in an environment predating human technology, production, and design
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“It is arguable whether animals can thrive in an artificial environment like a zoo, instead of its natural habitat.”
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Bearing the characteristics inherent of a human being
“I would argue that it would be less natural if you didn't at least attempt one stupid thing in your lifetime.”
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Characterized by the lack of artificial additives or preservative treatment
“Many professional chefs subscribe to the use of organic and natural ingredients to create the best-tasting dishes.”
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(attributive to a person) Characterized by having an inherent skill or quality
“Isaac was a natural athlete, and built like a spartan too.”
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(of a skill or quality) Of being part of the person and not trained, or learned
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“He had a natural talent for problem-solving, which consequently made him a fine sleuth.”
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(of a person or their behaviour) Uncontrived and genuine
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“He had always been open and natural towards his wife, which made her deception all the more unfathomable.”
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As expected, or reasonable
“It is natural for you to fear what you do not know.”
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Related by blood
“After years of suffering through an identity crisis, Henry decided to set out and find his natural parents.”
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(of a child) Born from parents who are unmarried
“Jon Snow was Ned Stark's natural son.”
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Closely or accurately depicting that which is being copied or imitated
“It was a natural looking set of the Alaskan wilderness.”
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A person unaffected by or unaware of the social protocols of modern society
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“They found this natural man in the wild, with no clothes, or any evidence of an ability to communicate with those of his kind.”
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(rare) Characterized by the ideology of respect and dignity
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“Behind his coarse exterior, you will never find a more natural man than him.”
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Having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature
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Modest and having no pretensions or ostentation
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Smoothly elegant or graceful in movement
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Consisting of the same substance throughout
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In an original condition, having not previously been worn, used, or tampered with
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Developing in a gradual or natural fashion
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In accordance with the truth or facts
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Used in or suitable for everyday conversation rather than formal or official contexts
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Having or showing a sensible and practical idea of what can be achieved or expected
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That does not damage the environment
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Of, or relating to physical, needs or desires
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Coming from heredity
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Not restrained or restricted
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Conducive to or suggestive of good health and physical well-being
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(biology, chemistry) Relating to or derived from living matter
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Easygoing in temperament
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Situated in or designed to be used in the open air or outside
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Very easy or involving minimal effort
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Topographic
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Relaxed and confident in one's manner of presenting oneself and interacting with others
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Not having been cooked, or undercooked
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Done or performed without prior preparation or thought
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Not formally taught or trained
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Related to or embodying the powers of nature
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Distinct or special to a specific individual, thing or circumstance
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Happening by natural laws or predestination
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Simple, well-defined, and pleasing in shape
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Incapable of being alienated, surrendered, or transferred to another
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Without clothing
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Possessing an abundance of natural resources
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Non-pharmacological therapies are ways to decrease pain
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Relating to things perceived through the senses, as opposed to the mind
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(of food) Recently procured or harvested
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A pale sandy fawn colour
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Showing the better qualities of humankind, such as kindness
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Of, or relating to, the ownership, tenure, and cultivation of land
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Made in the home as opposed to a factory
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Of a lifestyle incorporating a dietary regimen including locally grown, seasonal, natural foods, or of the diet itself
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Having a greater-than-even chance of occurring
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Of or concerned with material values or ordinary life rather than a spiritual existence
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Bright and colorless, due to the reflection of all visible rays of light
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A person who has an innate skill or feels at home doing something
“Kelly is a born natural with a racket.”
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(archaic) A simple-minded person or an idiot
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“It was he, who was thus, taken for a natural, bumbling down a hill.”
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A person highly skilled in music or another artistic pursuit
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A young person with exceptional qualities or abilities
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That which achieves wealth, respect, or fame
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