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Naturally, I was very eager to make a good first impression.
His death has naturally come as a shock to us all.
Testosterone is a hormone that occurs naturally in the human body.
Her hair is naturally curly.
Mendez is a naturally talented player.
Many herbs grow naturally in poor dry soils.
Try to act naturally in front of the camera.
Visitors to the aviary can observe the birds behaving naturally.
This is the American English definition of naturally. View British English definition of naturally.
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