Naturally vs Naturalist - What's the difference?

naturally | naturalist |


As an adverb naturally

is in a natural manner.

As a noun naturalist is

(dated) a person committed to studying nature or natural history.

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naturally

English

Adverb

(en adverb)
  • In a natural manner.
  • Although he was unused to the situation, he tried to act naturally .
  • Inherently or by nature.
  • Boys are naturally aggressive.
  • Surely or without any doubt.
  • I shall naturally protest at that decision.

    See also

    * of course

    naturalist

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (dated) A person committed to studying nature or natural history.
  • (philosophy) A person who believes]] in or [[advocate, advocates the tenets of philosophical or methodological naturalism.
  • See also

    * botanist * biologist * geologist * scientist * zoologist