unnatural

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From Middle English unnatural, unnaturel, equivalent to un- +‎ natural.

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unnatural (comparative more unnatural, superlative most unnatural)

  1. Not natural.
  2. Not occurring in nature, the environment or atmosphere
  3. Going against nature; perverse.

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