Definition of Inartificial. Meaning of Inartificial. Synonyms of Inartificial

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Definition of Inartificial

Inartificial
Inartificial In*ar`ti*fi"cial, a. [Pref. in- not + artificial: cf. F. inartificiel.] Not artificial; not made or elaborated by art; natural; simple; artless; as, an inartificial argument; an inartificial character. -- In*ar`ti*fi"cial*ly, adv. -- In*ar`ti*fi"cial*ness, n.

Meaning of Inartificial from wikipedia

- Paris in 1659, called it a "wooden, northern, and inartificial congestion of Houses". By "inartificial", Evelyn meant unplanned and makeshift, the result...
- 2008) Thomas Hobbes A Brief of the Art of Rhetorick Chap. XI "Of the Colours, or Common Opinions concerning Pleasure." Chap. XVI "Of Proofs Inartificial."...
- themselves with water. This storyline is actually more convincing and inartificial with cross validations. If Soseono is recognized, then Biryu also must...
- artifice, artificial, artificiality, artisan, artisanal, artisanality, inartificial, inert, inertia, inertial, noninert, noninertial artus art- tight arctation...
- described by the Monthly Review as a book where "the construction is inartificial (constructed without art or skill), and the catastrophe is particularly...
- Mackonochie " ... in a mechanical point of view (a ship) is the feeblest, most inartificial, and unworkmanlike structure in the whole range of mechanics". Gower...
- angels … so little connected with the sequel or with each other, and so inartificially thrown together, as rather to resemble an ac****ulation of detached fragments...
- specifications benignly, and to look through mere forms of expression, often inartificially used, to the substance, and to maintain the right of the patentee to...