"naturally, when you put a camera on people, things get a bit intensified," she says.
naturally, there are a lot of risqué elements in both shows.
Charney, naturally, is not leaving his post without a fight.
Next, we're treated to an uncommonly long stand up excerpt centered around, naturally, God and women.
naturally, foreign journalists have beaten a path to the relative safety of neighboring Kenya to interview the elusive pirates.
naturally enough what he tried to do was to imitate the action of the hand in sewing.
They were naturally a very amiable people among themselves, and lived together on the most brotherly terms.
It is chiefly from the wealthy that the ranks of the pessimists are recruited; and naturally so.
He naturally wished to spend as much of his time as possible in her society.
I don't think he's naturally bad or vicious—I think he's just weak.
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."