Artificialness

  • 1 Artificialness — Ar ti*fi cial*ness, n. The quality of being artificial. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 artificialness — noun see artificial …

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  • 3 artificialness — noun The state or quality of being artificial …

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  • 4 artificialness — n. quality of being man made, quality of being unnatural or manufactured …

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  • 5 artificialness — ar·ti·fi·cial·ness …

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  • 6 artificialness — noun ( es) : artificiality …

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  • 7 artificial — adjective Date: 14th century 1. humanly contrived often on a natural model ; man made < an artificial limb > < artificial diamonds > 2. a. having existence in legal, economic, or …

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  • 8 Friday (novel) — infobox Book | name = Friday title orig = translator = image caption = First Edition cover of Friday author = Robert A. Heinlein cover artist = Richard Powers country = United States language = English series = genre = Science fiction novel… …

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  • 9 artificial — artificially, adv. artificialness, n. /ahr teuh fish euhl/, adj. 1. made by human skill; produced by humans (opposed to natural): artificial flowers. 2. imitation; simulated; sham: artificial vanilla flavoring. 3. lacking naturalness or… …

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  • 10 campiness — n. artificialness, ludicrousness …

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  • 11 artificiality — n. Artificialness. See artificial …

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  • 12 artificial — /atəˈfɪʃəl / (say ahtuh fishuhl) adjective 1. made by human skill and labour (opposed to natural). 2. made in imitation of or as a substitute; not genuine. 3. feigned; fictitious; assumed. 4. full of affectation; affected. 5. Biology based on… …

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