- neither sharp nor flat.
- changed in pitch by the sign ♮.
- being a card other than a wild card or joker.
- (of a set or sequence of cards) containing no wild cards.
- a white key on a piano, organ, or the like.
- the sign ♮, placed before a note, canceling the effect of a previous sharp or flat.
- a note affected by a ♮, or a tone thus represented.
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Example sentences from the Web for natural
Total oil production figures include crude oil, natural gas liquids, and other liquid energy products.
He declared that Western women are sexually promiscuous in a manner not even found in the natural world.50 Shades of Iran: The Mullahs’ Kinky Fantasies about Sex in the West|IranWire, Shima Sharabi|January 1, 2015|DAILY BEAST
In addition to visiting the tomb of John Paul, who died of natural causes in 2005, Agca asked to see his successor, Pope Francis.
Local life in these places is not defined by their sports team or by their natural beauty—by things only available locally.
Marx forecast that the profit motive would lead to overworking and exhausting the fertility of our soil and other natural systems.
Breathing through a tube, if continued for a long time, interferes with the natural growth of the air-passage above it.
All these are natural expressions of innocent gaiety and youthful elasticity of spirits, whereof this world sees far too little.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
It is from the sun of the natural world, and its heat and light.The Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love|Emanuel Swedenborg
It is only natural that most of Browning's finest landscapes are Italian.An Introduction to the Study of Browning|Arthur Symons
This occurs, though not frequently, (a) at the natural division of the metre.The Student's Companion to Latin Authors|George Middleton
British Dictionary definitions for natural
- (of a card) not a joker or wild card
- (of a canasta or sequence) containing no wild cards
- (of a bid in bridge) describing genuine values; not conventional
Derived forms of naturalnaturalness, noun
Idioms and Phrases with natural
see under big as life.