Meaning of NATURAL in English
n. 25B6; adjective
a natural occurrence : NORMAL, ordinary, everyday, usual, regular, common, commonplace, typical, routine, standard, established, customary, accustomed, habitual.
natural produce : UNPROCESSED, organic, pure, wholesome, unrefined, pesticide-free, additive-free.
Alex is a natural leader : BORN, naturally gifted, untaught.
his natural instincts : INNATE, inborn, inherent, native, instinctive, intuitive; hereditary, inherited, inbred, congenital, connate, connatural.
she seemed very natural : UNAFFECTED, spontaneous, uninhibited, relaxed, unselfconscious, genuine, open, artless, guileless, ingenuous, unpretentious, without airs.
it was quite natural to think she admired him : REASONABLE, logical, understandable, (only) to be expected, predictable.
(archaic) his natural son : ILLEGITIMATE, born out of wedlock; dated born on the wrong side of the blanket; archaic bastard, misbegotten, baseborn.
abnormal, artificial, affected.
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