- adj.不自然的，做作的; 奇异的; 不真诚的; 违背人性的，变态的;
- 副词: unnaturally;
It seems unnatural for a child to spend so much time alone.
She gave him a bright, determined smile which seemed unnatural.
I consider activities such as jogging and weightlifting as unnatural.
The altered landscape looks unnatural and weird.
A mother who is cruel to her child is unnatural.
Did her behaviour seem unnatural in any way?
她有任何反常表现 吗 ?
She has an unnatural smile on her face.
It is unnatural for brothers to be at variance.
As to the charge of unnatural, I could easily answer it to myself.
One is called on to eat and drink at unnatural hours.
All give him a hideous and unnatural appearance.
The silence that followed seemed unnatural.
Small of stature and simian in appearance , these creatures possess surprising strength and unnatural agility.
Almost half of all unnatural deaths are related to alcohol, a study has found.
When his lies were exposed, his expression was very unnatural.
A contracted state of the neck muscles producing an unnatural position of the head.
His unnatural manner made her feel uncomfortable.
" I'm tired of everlastingly being unnatural and never doing anything I want to do.
Work appeals as something unnatural, meaningless and devoid of dignity as well as of importance.
Her voice was a little strained, a little unnatural.
They wanted their buildings constructed in a way to look unnatural.
A bloody , demonical lust so unnatural you knew they were damned forever.
That is an unnatural color, like a person with blue skin, " Mr. Sasaki said. "
[那是很不自然的颜色, 就像一个人皮肤是蓝色的, ]博 文说 .
When transferred to an unnatural situation, such an animal is led assay by its instincts.
Sitting in an unnatural posture for a long time.
It required unnatural torturing to extract a confession.
They found that 29％ of all unnatural deaths were associated with alcohol.
If we do anything by following a certain purpose, our behavior will be unnatural and inferior.
1. not in accordance with or determined by nature; contrary to nature;
"an unnatural death"
"the child's unnatural interest in death"
2. speaking or behaving in an artificial way to make an impression
3. distorted and unnatural in shape or size; abnormal and hideous;
"tales of grotesque serpents eight fathoms long that churned the seas"
"twisted into monstrous shapes"