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''Existing in nature.''
Existing in the nature of a person or thing; innate, not acquired or learned. (defdate)
*1726, (w), ''Gulliver's Travels'':
- The natural Love of Life gave me some inward Motions of Joy.
(quote-book)|chapter=VII|title=(w)|volume=II|publisher=Longman et al.|page=419|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=upELAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA419|passage=With strong natural sense, and rare force of will, he found himself, when first his mind began to open, a fatherless and motherless child, the chief of a great but depressed and disheartened party, and the heir to vast and indefinite pretensions, which excited the dread and aversion of the oligarchy then supreme in the United Provinces.
*2019, ''The Guardian'', 10 July:
- A South African Uber driver is causing excitement with his impressive operatic singing but, however much natural talent you have, it is a long road to La Scala.
Normally associated with a particular person or thing; inherently related to the nature of a thing or creature. (defdate)
(quote-journal)|author2=(w)|journal=Spectator (1711)|The Spectator|volume=I|number=74|page=333|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=4kpcAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA333&lpg=PA333|passage=What can be more natural or more moving than the circumſtances in which he deſcribes the behaviour of thoſe women who had loſt their huſbands on this fatal day ?
Formed by nature; not manufactured or created by artificial processes. (defdate)
Pertaining to death brought about by disease or old age, rather than by violence, accident etc. (defdate)
*2015, ''The Guardian'', 5 Jun:
- Cancer patient David Paterson, 81, was close to a natural death when he was suffocated by Heather Davidson, 54, in the bedroom of his care home in North Yorkshire on 11 February.
Having an innate ability to fill a given role or profession, or display a specified character. (defdate)
Containing no artificial or man-made additives; especially (of food) containing no colourings, flavourings or preservatives. (defdate)
Pertaining to a dice roll before bonuses or penalties have been applied to the result.
''Pertaining to birth or descent; native.''
Having a given status (especially of authority) by virtue of birth. (defdate)
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-3)
(RQ:Mary Shelley Frankenstein)
Related genetically but not legally to one's father; born out of wedlock, illegitimate. (defdate)
*1790, (w), ‘Love and Freindship’, ''Juvenilia'':
- My Mother was the natural Daughter of a Scotch Peer by an italian Opera-girl (..).
*1990, (w), ''English Society in the 18th Century'', Penguin 1991, p. 264:
- Dr Erasmus Darwin set up his two illegitimate daughters as the governesses of a school, noting that natural children often had happier (because less pretentious) upbringings than legitimate.
Related by birth; genetically related. (defdate)
(quote-book)|chapter=The Kingdom of the Saints|title=Parochial Sermons|volume=II|edition=4th|publisher=J. G. F. & J. Rivington|pages=264–5|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=yao7AAAAYAAJ&pg=PA265|passage=The first-born in every house, “from the first-born of the Pharaoh on the throne, to the first-born of the captive in the dungeon,” unaccountably found himself enlisted in the ranks of this new power, and estranged from his natural friends.
A native inhabitant of a place, country etc. (defdate)
1615, Ralph Hamor, ''A True Discourse of the Present State of Virginia'', Richmond 1957, page 3:
- I coniecture and assure my selfe that yee cannot be ignorant by what meanes this peace hath bin thus happily both for our proceedings and the welfare of the Naturals concluded (..)
A note that is not or is no longer to be modified by an accidental. (defdate)
The symbol ♮ used to indicate such a natural note.
One with an innate talent at or for something. (defdate)
An almost white colour, with tints of grey, yellow or brown; originally that of natural fabric. (defdate)
One with a simple mind; a fool or idiot.
(RQ:Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet)
1633, ''A Banqvet of Jests: or, Change of Cheare. Being a collection, of Moderne Ieſts. Witty Ieeres. Pleaſant Taunts. Merry Tales. The Second Part newly publiſhed'', page 30:
- A Noble-man tooke a great liking to a naturall, and had covenanted with his parents to take him from them and to keepe him for his pleaſure, and demanding of the ''Ideot'' if he would ſerve him, he made him this anſwere, My Father ſaith he, got me to be his foole of my mother, now if you long to have a foole; go & without doubt you may get one of your owne wife.
1929, (w), ''The Middle Parts of Fortune'', Vintage 2014, page 155:
- ‘Sergeant-Major Robinson came in in the middle of it, and you've never seen a man look more surprised in your natural.’
2002, Maxine Leeds Craig, ''Ain't I a Beauty Queen?: Black Women, Beauty, and the Politics of Race'', Oxford University Press (ISBN)
- Chinosole, who stopped straightening her hair and cut it into a natural while at a predominantly white college, was quite uneasy with the style
2012, Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, ''Chicken Soup for the African American Soul: Celebrating and Sharing Our Culture One Story at a Time'', Simon and Schuster (ISBN)
- I wanted to do it for so long — throw out my chemically relaxed hair for a natural.
2015, Carmen M. Cusack, ''HAIR AND JUSTICE: Sociolegal Significance of Hair in Criminal Justice, Constitutional Law, and Public Policy'', Charles C Thomas Publisher (ISBN), page 155
- Third, it insinuates that black afro hairstyles (e.g., naturals) relate to African cultural heritage, which is largely untrue.
(quote-newsgroup) jaw", nice ass, FAKE breasts or small naturals, great sexual presence (..) > Marilyn Monroe ¶ 7, decent body, medium NATURALS, stereotypical "godess(si)/playboy" blond/blue doesn't usually work for me, good sexual presence|title=Please rate these women...|date=1999-03-02|url=https://groups.google.com/g/rec.arts.movies.erotica/c/r6JaKVulAnQ/m/Z_snh9hp-QEJ|accessdate=2021-10-18|author=Mathew Alphonse Coppola
2010, Gregg Valentino, Nathan Jendrick, ''Death, Drugs, and Muscle''
- For so long I stayed natural because it was a sense of pride to me that as a natural I was still competing and beating guys who were up|juicing up.
A roll of two dice with a score of 7 or 11 on the comeout roll.
Naturally; in a natural manner.
native, (l) (gloss)
well; in good heath or condition.
inherited; due to one's lineage.
inborn; due to one's natural reasoning (gloss)
Nourishing; healthful or beneficial to one's body.
Misbegotten; conceived outside of marriage
Correct, right, fitting.
Diligent in performing one's societal obligations.
Bodily; relating to one's human form.
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being a day