inartificial


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inartificial

(ˌɪnɑːtɪˈfɪʃəl)
adj
1. not artificial; real; natural
2. inartistic
ˌinartiˈficially adv
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He had been so long palled with the attentions of managing mothers and designing daughters; had seen so much of female manoeuvring, and had so easily seen through it, that the natural and inartificial loveliness of Charlotte touched his senses with a freshness of delicacy that to him was as captivating as it was novel.
Notwithstanding the united labors of Richard and Benjamin, the “long room” was but an extremely inartificial temple.
Hawkeye soon got another enemy within reach of his arm, and with one sweep of his formidable weapon he beat down the slight and inartificial defenses of his antagonist, crushing him to the earth with the blow.
It only needs that a just man should walk in our streets to make it appear how pitiful and inartificial a contrivance is our legislation.
Mentre pero i recensori britannici si fondano prevalentemente su una lettura dei testi stessi, rimarcando ad esempio "the inartificial management of the plot, and the unnecessary and tedious minuteness of historical notices" (recensione dei Promessi sposi nella "Foreign Quarterly Review, novembre 1827), per gli esuli italiani emerge una questione d'ideologia.
Samantha: I can understand how the limited perspective of an inartificial mind might perceive it that way.
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Despues de tratar el lugar inartificial en la historia de Epicuro, pasa a una veloz revision de antiguas herejias, como las de los gnosticos, los nicolaitas y hasta los borborianos--todos ellos, como se ve, de diferentes siglos--hasta "descender" al ejemplo del calvinista Teodoro de Beza.
The transition from citizen Havel to president Havel, his journey from the subjugated to the dominant discourse, and the elevation of unscientific knowledge, power and truth, was a smooth, inartificial act.