naturalness


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Synonyms for naturalness

Synonyms for naturalness

freedom from constraint, formality, embarrassment, or awkwardness

Synonyms for naturalness

the quality of innocent naivete

the likeness of a representation to the thing represented

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The results of the study presented in this proceeding show the importance of the visual indicators associated with naturalness and unity in the formation of preference in oriental spruce landscapes.
Understanding naturalness as statistical normality does not offer much clarification for claims concerning the unnaturalness of neuro-enhancement.
Many systems based on formant synthesis technology generate artificial, robotic-sounding However, maximum naturalness is not always the goal of a speech synthesis system, and hence formant synthesis systems have advantages over concatenative systems, where naturalness is not major concern.
The two basic kinds of presuppositions are naturalness scales and rules of alignment among corresponding values of any two scales.
A huge natural disaster, but the naturalness of it is partially man made.
However, the subject was judged to speak at a slower rate with less effort, and with less naturalness posttreatment.
Apart from the unique timbre of his voice, there is a freshly scrubbed wholesomeness to his sound, a naturalness and ease in his delivery and a general joie de vivre that are missing in many others.
In all four offerings there was a wonderful fusion and flux between articulation, tonality, melody and dynamics, with the pianist unafraid to manipulate tempo to make Beethoven's expressive intentions emerge with the utmost naturalness
In addition to setting the scene, the surrounding greenery, blue sky, and balmy light can also be regarded as signs of the somewhat paradoxical naturalness of the men fraternizing and hooking up, caught--or about to be--in the calm eye of gathering hurricane AIDS.
Still, they are all presented with an obviously loving manner, with no excessive affectations to mar the naturalness of the music.
His painting showed exceptional mastery of space and light and exuded naturalness and restraint, both in its objectivity and choice of colors, often browns and ochers.
The voice is a modifying element, providing naturalness to the slowing down or speeding up.
Might I respectfully suggest that as Charles is the incumbent Prince of Wales the couple should, following the observation by the former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Carey, 'of the naturalness of their relationship' consider getting married in the Church in Wales.
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