Definition of au naturel in English:

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au naturel

Pronunciation: /ˌō ˌnaCHəˈrel/

adjective& adverb

1With no elaborate treatment, dressing, or preparation: [as adverb]: I wear my hair au naturel these days [as adjective]: the cheese is delicious whether au naturel or seasoned
More example sentences
  • They were not topped with anything but were enjoyed au naturel.

Origin

Early 19th century: French, literally 'in the natural (state)'.

Words that rhyme with au naturel

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Syllabification: au na·tu·rel

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