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man-made (adj.)

also manmade, "made or contrived by man," 1718, from man (n.) + made. In early use typically of institutions, etc., and opposed to what is natural or divine. Of textile fibers, foodstuffs, etc., by mid-20c.

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Definitions of man-made

man-made (adj.)
not of natural origin; prepared or made artificially;
man-made fibers
Synonyms: semisynthetic / synthetic
From wordnet.princeton.edu