Derived Formsinartificially, adverb
Examples from the Web for inartificial
The expedient that suggested itself was precipitate and inartificial.
His manners were, at all times, harmless and inartificial, and his habits those of a lover of contemplation and seclusion.
He has united a character highly simple and inartificial, with the wisdom of a true politician.Four Early Pamphlets|William Godwin
They cannot be counted, they dazzle the eye and set the heart bounding in the plenitude of a pure, inartificial enjoyment.Jasper Lyle|Harriet Ward
The style of this short work, though exceedingly simple and inartificial, is not without its merits.History of Phoenicia|George Rawlinson