1. Conforme aux lois de la nature. Formation naturelle.
2. Non altéré.
3. Normal. Nourriture naturelle.
5. Spontané. Une aisance naturelle.
6. Raisonnable. Une demande naturelle.
1. Hearty and lusty.
2. Not far removed from or suggestive of nature.
ETYM Old Eng. naturel, French naturel, from Latin naturalis, from natura. Related to Nature.
1. Existing in or in conformity with nature or the observable world.
2. Existing in or produced by nature.
3. In accordance with or determined by nature or natural laws.
4. Involving or derived from living organisms; free from chemical treatments or additives; SYN. nonsynthetic.
5. Relating to or concerning nature.
6. Related by blood; not adopted.
7. (Used especially of commodities) In the natural unprocessed condition; SYN. raw, rude.
8. (Music) Of a key containing no sharps or flats.
9. (Biology) Functioning or occurring in a natural way; lacking abnormalities or deficiencies.
ETYM Latin organicus, Greek: cf. French organique.
1. Of or relating to or derived from living organisms.
2. Being or relating to or derived from or having properties characteristic of living organisms.
3. (Chemistry) Relating or belonging to the class of chemical compounds having a carbon basis.
4. (Pathology) Involving or affecting physiology or bodily organs.
Structural; of or derived from living organisms; Medicine, of or affecting organ of body; Chemistry, of carbon compounds.
1. Free of extraneous elements of any kind
2. Not mixed; SYN. unmixed, undiluted.
3. Having no faults; sinless
4. Free from discordant qualities.
5. Concerned with theory and data rather than practice; opposed to applied
6. In a state of sexual virginity; SYN. vestal, virgin, virginal, virtuous.
1. Free of artificiality; sincere and genuine; SYN. natural.
2. Undergoing no change when acted upon
3. Not touched emotionally; SYN. untouched.