Etymology
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naturalness (n.)

early 15c., "normality," from natural (adj.) + -ness. From 1650s as "state of being natural," also "conformity to nature; absence of artificiality, exaggeration, or affectation."

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Definitions of naturalness

naturalness (n.)
the quality of being natural or based on natural principles;
the spontaneous naturalness of his manner
he accepted the naturalness of death
naturalness (n.)
the quality of innocent naivete;
Synonyms: artlessness / innocence / ingenuousness
naturalness (n.)
the likeness of a representation to the thing represented;
engineers strove to increase the naturalness of recorded music
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