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