Supernatural and Unnatural


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Supernatural adjective – Being so extraordinary or abnormal as to suggest powers which violate the laws of nature.
Usage example: he seems to read books with supernatural speed

Unnatural is a synonym for supernatural in usual topic. In some cases you can use "Unnatural" instead an adjective "Supernatural", when it comes to topics like ghostly, abnormal, mysterious, strange. popular alternative
Synonyms for Supernatural


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Unnatural adjective – Not in accordance with or determined by nature; contrary to nature.
Usage example: an unnatural death

Supernatural is a synonym for unnatural in usual topic. You can use "Supernatural" instead an adjective "Unnatural", if it concerns topics such as artificial, abnormal, strange. popular alternative
Nearby Word: unnaturally
Synonyms for Unnatural

Things that words describes

ability supernatural ability unnatural ability
force supernatural force unnatural force
strength supernatural strength unnatural strength
fear supernatural fear unnatural fear
Other nouns: nature, luck, means, phenomenon, influence, effects, version, forces, origins, horrors, powers, creatures, abilities, beings, phenomena.

Both words in one sentence

  • Magic A Is Magic A It should be noted that in both of these cases, the exception is allowed because the action of releasing the Exaltation is a choice, and cannot be driven by any supernatural or unnatural compulsion at all else the powers fail to work.
  • Literature / The Otherworld He dislikes and is disdainful of his son Jeremy not only for his un-werewolf-like disinterest in fighting and bookishness, but also because Jeremy's mother was Japanese and a rare type of supernatural race which Malcolm deemed strange and unnatural.
  • Disney / The Princess and the Frog Supernatural Is Purple: Purple is used repeatedly to represent Facilier, because of the Mardi Gras colors, it's the most "unnatural." Mama Odie, however, is associated with gold.
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