naturalness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the quality of being natural or based on natural principles
he accepted the naturalness of death
the spontaneous naturalness of his manner
- n the quality of innocent naivete
- n the likeness of a representation to the thing represented
engineers strove to increase the naturalness of recorded music
- With the same aristocratic naturalness she let two high-born English bachelors make her home their headquarters.
- The validity of such a story depends on the extent to which the author can invest mediocre personalities with, not alone human naturalness, but significant human naturalness.
- What also makes Bears a Linklater film is the naturalness of most of the actors.
- Oleg Cassini in FOXNews
We are on the threshold of a new American elegance thanks to Mrs. Kennedy's beauty, naturalness, understatement, exposure and symbolism,Cassini said when his selection was announced.
- Shawn Levy in National Post
They have a naturalness,Levy says of Fey and Carell. "They are very grounded, so I tailored the screenplay to my actors."
- Patrick Chan in Forbes
Such naturalness and style of writing is inconsistent with that of a person trying to commit a forgery,Judge Patrick Chan said.