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used in 1984 by Orwell

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made by humans — often to replace something that can be found in nature
  • ...others explore even remoter possibilities such as focusing the sun's rays through lenses suspended thousands of kilometers away in space, or producing artificial earthquakes and tidal waves by tapping the heat at the earth's center.
    p. 194.6
artificial = created by humans rather than occuring naturally
  • All children were to be begotten by artificial insemination (artsem, it was called in Newspeak) and brought up in public institutions.
    p. 66.0
  • artificial = done with technology rather than naturally
  • At present, when few human beings even have enough to eat, this problem is obviously not urgent, and it might not have become so, even if no artificial processes of destruction had been at work.
    p. 188.9
artificial = created by humans rather than occuring naturally
There are no more uses of "artificial" in 1984 by Orwell.

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