r in an unnatural way
his other arm lay across his chest, unnaturally, as if placed there deliberately, for a purpose
r not according to nature; not by natural means
r in a manner at variance with what is natural or normal
The early Church not unnaturally adopted the position that failure to see the messianic character of his work was really caused by the people's own blindness
Honey's Sit 'n Eat South does Philly diner legacy proud When a diner loses its soul, the meat loaf arrives welded to the plate in a brown sludge of unnaturally thick gravy. The bacon is ironed paper-flat, limp and dry. The cream of broccoli soup is lukewarm glop. The fried eggplant rounds are half raw. The coffee tastes like it was steeped through brown paper bags.
June 10, 2013 - The Philadelphia Inquirer
Review: 'Wicked' bewitches Columbus' audiences Wickedis set to run from June 5-23 at the Ohio Theatre. The Emerald City has made a detour in the Columbus and brought with it a lion, a determined fighter and an unnaturally green flair (Oh my!).
June 9, 2013 - The Lantern
BJ Penn in Globe and Mail BJ Penn argues that not only was Georges St. Pierre illegally greased during their UFC 94 title showdown, the Montreal fighter also "ingested a substance that would cause his body to become highly and unnaturally slippery" during the bout.
Marcin Libicki in Reuters UK The Baltic Sea is today one of the world's most polluted maritime areas and in particular the concentration of hazardous substances both in its waters and in its living organisms remains unnaturally high,the report drafted by right-wing...
John Hersey in The Canberra Times In the classroom boys and girls are confronted with books that have insipid illustrations depicting the slicked-up lives of other children [and] feature abnormally courteous, unnaturally clean boys and girls,Hersey wrote. "In bookstores,...