unnaturalness

NOUN
  1. the quality of being unnatural or not based on natural principles
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How To Use unnaturalness In A Sentence

  • The "unnaturalness" of same-sex attraction linked it to sin and God's disapproval. Deepak Chopra: The Real Policy is "Don't Talk About It"
  • It's the "unnaturalness" of noises that clues deer into a hunter's presence. post-gazette.com - News
  • This at least aesthetic problem with the Higgs mass is called the hierarchy problem and aside from the cosmological constant problem, it is the most important known example of "unnaturalness" in physics. The Reference Frame
  • The blue tree is one of the most striking pieces of urban art I've seen: totally unexpected, vibrant, vital, and somehow natural despite its complete unnaturalness.
  • This clearly shows the unnaturalness of the idea of borrowing foreign doctrines regardless of whether they can be adapted to the Russian environment.
  • The trouble is that this call fails: Whatever one's definition of natural, either homosexuality is natural, or it's unnaturalness says nothing at all about its propriety.
  • However, we are a culture that is obsessed with death as well as unnaturalness. Blue Dress Painting
  • I promise you, the effects he writes of succeed unhappily; as of unnaturalness between the child and the parent; death, dearth, dissolutions of ancient amities; divisions in state, menaces and maledictions against king and nobles; needless diffidences, banishment of friends, dissipation of cohorts, nuptial breaches, and I know not what. King Lear
  • And how effective such "unnaturalness" can be in evoking natural passion only those will understand who have realised how ineffective for that purpose is our "naturalness" when we are concerned with Sophocles or Appearances Being Notes of Travel
  • The dramatic spirit of the Italian race seems to communicate itself to the puppets, and they perform their parts with a fidelity to theatrical unnaturalness which is wonderful. Venetian Life
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