natural object

  1. an object occurring naturally; not made by man
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How To Use natural object In A Sentence

  • All the colours of poetry, however splendid, can never paint natural objects in such a manner as to make the description be taken for a real landskip. An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding
  • At first sight, there is beauty, Kant explains, as there is sublimity in natural objects and in their artistic imitation.
  • Collect interesting bits of natural objects, such as bark, leaves, conkers and acorns to label and display at home.
  • Thus, while she will produce sensitive studies of the everyday life of the shepherdess, in her larger canvasses Crowe will show us a Roman coin alongside the moon, man-made artefacts of all ages transposed with natural objects.
  • Heralded the most valuable natural object in existence, on a weight to weight basis, experts believe that the diamond is the only one of its kind.
  • Christiane, I am not a globetrotter, but I share your love for “natural objects” like drifwood from a nearby deserted beach, branches, bark, foliage, dried teasels, berries... the list is longer Grimpette - French Word-A-Day
  • Civilization is pernicious also because it interposes a veil of artificiality between the individual and the natural objects of experience.
  • But, whatever solid or figure is used to illustrate color relations, it must combine the three scales of hue, value, and chroma, and these definite scales furnish a name for every color based upon its intrinsic qualities, and free from terms purloined in other sensations, or caught from the fluctuating colors of natural objects. A Color Notation A measured color system, based on the three qualities Hue, Value and Chroma
  • Various lines and shapes show planes of light reflections to the viewer. Convex and concave areas make for exciting shapes. Realistic design should look like a natural object .
  • Since natural objects are not uniform, we can't compare one spot on an object to another spot, but we can find common features among objects in the same class.
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