Unlike the Hollywood version of genius, which is preternaturally cerebral, Hitchens was preternaturally visceral.
For the record, her long, golden locks are as preternaturally perfect as ever.
This most uncalled-for burst of merriment has the effect of making Mr. Desmond preternaturally grave.
But when he stirred, her eyes were wide and preternaturally bright, and held him.
In the center stood Tompkins, preternaturally grave, trembling a little with nervous, uncontrollable twitches of his body.
She was small and slight for her twelve years, and preternaturally grave.
Unlike most preternaturally quiet people, however, it wasn't dulness that made him that way; he wasn't dull a bit.
Natt's drowsy eyes were preternaturally bright at that great moment.
In that case Theocritus must have been a preternaturally aged man.
He turned to her now with a manner that was preternaturally quiet.