Origin of naturally
Examples from the Web for naturally
That means that Champagne is fermented a second time in the bottle when sealed closed, which naturally produces the bubbles.Champagne: You’re Drinking It All Wrong
December 20, 2014
We, on the other hand, on the police side, will naturally gear up to deal with any potential contingency that might occur.After No Indictment for Eric Garner Killer, Is NYC the Next Ferguson?
December 3, 2014
Which naturally begs the question, where is Kent drawing from?‘The Babadook’ Is the Best (and Most Sincere) Horror Movie of the Year
November 30, 2014
The 1996 filing (which you can check out here) was, naturally, as silly and frivolous as the boycott push that came before it.When the Religious Right Attacked ‘The Little Mermaid’
November 20, 2014
I'm not sure if archaeologists are naturally drawn to "losers"—or can we call them overlooked people?The Real-Life Raiders of the Lost Ark
November 14, 2014
He was not naturally bad, but he had fallen a victim to sudden temptation.Brave and Bold
I cannot bear the reflections that naturally arise from this consideration.Clarissa, Volume 1 (of 9)
She must be dazzlingly, but naturally, blonde and very beautiful.Grace Harlowe's Return to Overton Campus
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The Marquis had naturally expected to find him in the midst of pomp.
Where this treasure is, there, naturally enough, our hearts will be also.The Conquest of Fear
- in a natural or normal way
- through nature; inherently; instinctively
- of course; surely
Word Origin and History for naturally
late 13c., "inherently, intrinsically, characteristically," from natural + -ly (2). From late 14c. as "in accord with natural law;" also "normally; usually, expectedly; as a matter of course, consequently, understandably." The notion is "as a natural result." From early 15c. as "without artificial assistance, by a natural process."