artificiality : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the quality of being produced by people and not occurring naturally
- But if I tell them to tone down the artificiality, they will go completely in the opposite direction and find the most dirty, wretched children they can, dressed in horrible rags.
- It aims to meet at least in part the demands of a brighter, more restive generation of young Americans who reject the artificiality of make-work chores and spit-and-polish regimen .
- The working-out of the crime has the mannered artificiality of an Agatha Christie thriller, which seems surprisingly like Nabokov's own mannered artificiality.
News & Articles
- NG | This Column Will Change the Way You See Upworthy
By KAI SAM NG No one tires from calling people out on hypocrisy and artificiality in political discussion. Politics holds genuineness as a deal breaker: Without it, nothing you believe matters. Condescending politics, if anything, is a hindrance to social reform, and people can sense arrogance from a mile away. […]
Jan. 27, 2014 - The Cornell Daily Sun
- Michael Jacobson in NewsNet5.com
Splenda's artificiality may present a marketing challenge, but that's not an excuse to confuse consumers and lead them to believe that Splenda is natural or in any way related to sugar,Jacobson said Monday in a statement.
- Kamal Nath in Economic Times
We do not calibrate it (rupee) as a deliberate method. When there is any zoom (volatility) which is not natural...... whenever there is artificiality in it, obviously all governments will have to step in,Nath told reporters here.
- Michael Haneke in MiamiHerald.com
You have to know what you're doing in order for the audience not to check out of the movie after that point,Haneke said. "You're basically making the viewer aware of his role as a viewer and the artificiality of the film they're watching,...