Un·nat·u·ral a. Not natural; contrary, or not conforming, to the order of nature; being without natural traits; as, unnatural crimes.
Syn: -- See Factitious.
-- Un*nat*u*ral*ly, adv. -- Un*nat*u*ral*ness, n.
adv 1: in an unnatural way; "his other arm lay across his chest,
unnaturally, as if placed there deliberately, for a
purpose" [ant: naturally]
2: not according to nature; not by natural means; "artificially
induced conditions" [syn: artificially, by artificial
means] [ant: naturally]
3: not as might be expected; "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" [ant: naturally]