And unnaturally despondent.
Our footsteps sounded unnaturally loud.
There's an unnaturally small amount of CP-violation in the strong decays.
There is also room for interpretation as to what makes a player's body 'unnaturally bigger'.
It was almost incomprehensible in its unnaturally natural beauty.
Beyond a band of tightly cropped pasture, the edge of the mixed woodland looked unnaturally linear.
The RSPCA said the condition results from chickens being selectively bred to put on weight unnaturally rapidly.
Pugh said the vast majority of forests in the UK and Europe were examples of unnaturally short and young woodlands.
Under circumstances where a death occurs unnaturally or the identity of a person is unknown, the incident would be referred to a coroner.
Not unnaturally, African leaders want matching commitments from donors, demanding that help should be open, clearly aimed and co-ordinated.
Milhaud turned out to be a small, perfectly poised elderly woman, with the kind of unnaturally pink and youngish skin that the very old sometimes have.
“We were all outraged and bewildered; but as we ran to our lifeboat station we all seemed to be behaving so unnaturally well, no outcries, no hysterics.”
In the east the prairies have become unnaturally dry and so have become subject to an increased number of fires, which has jeopardized the sparrow population there.
Not unnaturally, the health authorities in New York allowed their infrastructure for dealing with tuberculosis to run down when it seemed that the disease had been defeated.
Below this, for MI5's benefit, was a list of supposed signifiers of male homosexuality ("a gay little wiggle", "his tie has the latest knot", "an unnaturally strong affection for his mother").
Their excrement added to the over-enrichment of fragile ecosystems with nutrients Releasing millions of game birds into the wild also unnaturally boosted predators such as foxes, crows and rats.
Indoors, the atmosphere is almost unnaturally calm (in the Z4 rather than Camberwell) and, specced up, you can have head up display, a heated steering wheel and premium Harman Kardon sound system.
It has me on edge not only about contracting the coronavirus, but also about the prospect of one of my kids' accidentally breaking a finger while they're unnaturally cooped up with little to do but climb the walls.
We have had the spectacle of an unnaturally long-drawn-out media trial, fuelled by motivated leaks, with discussion shows on the voyeuristic Indian TV channels debating accusations and imputations with zero evidence or even elementary research behind any of the statements aired.
Renard's goal, a glancing header from a free-kick, gave France new belief and they thought they had a lifeline when Majri's cross struck the side of O'Hara's arm but referee Kateryna Monzul decided - correctly, replays suggested - that the defender's arm was not, in the language of the new handball law, making her body unnaturally larger.
- in an unnatural way
Example: his other arm lay across his chest, unnaturally, as if placed there deliberately, for a purpose
- not according to nature; not by natural means
- in a manner at variance with what is natural or normal
Example: 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
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Renard's goal a glancing header from a free-kick gave France new belief and they thought they had a lifeline when Majri's cross struck the side of O'Hara's arm but referee Kateryna Monzul decided - correctly replays suggested - that the defender's arm was not in the language of the new handball law making her body unnaturally larger