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artificialities

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of artificiality.

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Examples

  • There are hidden contradictions in the minds of people who "love Nature" while deploring the 'artificialities' with which "Man has spoiled 'Nature'."

    Armed and Dangerous

  • \tab There are hidden contradictions in the minds of people who "love Nature" while deploring the "artificialities" with which "Man has spoiled 'Nature.'"

    Time Enough For Love

  • I want to bypass all the drama, all the phony diplomatic rhetoric, the thinly veiled transparency of obsessive minds and to leap over all the artificialities to embrace and celebrate McNamara's unique gift to humanity.

    A Peace Award for Robert McNamara

  • It represents all of our modernities and artificialities.

    So, Mother Earth Doesn't Like Us Anymore: My Review of The Happening (Spoilers)

  • But it's about time the bullies had their comeuppance, and if, on occasion, the artificialities of the cocktail party banter is disrupted, it's just something we'll have to learn to live with.

    November 2006

  • This very issue has, of course, led to the kinds of odd artificialities we see in many most? mmo's today, where something that should be doable is coded in such a way as to be impossible, for the sake of gameplay and forced compliance.

    Attitudes to RMT

  • Choreography was by the late Kenneth MacMillan who rebuilt British ballet into dance theater, big spectacles of love, sexual obsession and death that eliminated many of the artificialities of classical ballet and substituted visceral drama mated to demanding, technically daring dance.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • I was happy to get outside, away from the formalities and artificialities.

    Firehorse

  • Choreography was by the late Kenneth MacMillan who rebuilt British ballet into dance theater, big spectacles of love, sexual obsession and death that eliminated many of the artificialities of classical ballet and substituted visceral drama mated to demanding, technically daring dance.

    DesignerBlog

  • According to nature they loved freedom and their own land; but contact with whites had taught them to long for such artificialities as tobacco, tea and sugar, as well as better garments than rough cloaks of beaten bark, such as their ancestors wore when the weather was cool.

    Last Leaves from Dunk Island

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