nonnatural nonnatural


  • (adj) existing outside of or not in accordance with nature


  1. When I landed in my pink space ball, the sunset lighted up tall nonnatural structures that resembled the state housing collectives back home.
  2. No longer just heavy rugs, furs now come in lighter weights, often in combination with leather, with removable foul-weather covers, and in a rainbow of nonnatural colors.


  • "What do I not like about her? Well if Charlaine [Harris, author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels] and the creators had written her as a nonnatural blonde," Anna told the Comic-Con audience, "I would be spending a lot less time in the hair...
    on Jul 28, 2009 By: Anna Paquin Source: E! Online

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