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(of an action or skill) be easily accomplished, without the need for teaching or practice:‘for some people creative writing may come naturally’
- ‘Wayne said he works very much alongside the composer with what comes naturally.’
- ‘Managing your own business is an enormous undertaking, often requiring skills which may not come naturally.’
- ‘Some artists abandon what they can't do well, some knock themselves out trying to master what doesn't come naturally.’
- ‘No, indeed, contentment does not come naturally.’
- ‘Their gambit inspired Lewis, to whom the pursuit of social justice undoubtedly comes naturally.’
- ‘Best of all, the game fits its theme beautifully, with all the mechanics coming naturally out of the game's background.’
- ‘We are living in an age where excuses come naturally.’
- ‘Just goes to show, cooking just doesn't come naturally to me.’
- ‘Balan, who is 75 % blind, says massage comes naturally to him.’
- ‘For most of the emotional scenes, I didn't use glycerin, the tears came naturally.’
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