What is another word for Natch?

Pronunciation: [nˈat͡ʃ] (IPA)

Natch is a colloquial expression that often means "naturally" or "of course." However, there are many synonyms for this word that can be used in its place. Some of these synonyms include: certainly, undoubtedly, unquestionably, definitely, truly, honestly, naturally, as expected, without a doubt, obviously, and assuredly. Depending on the context of the sentence, any of these words can be used to replace "natch" and enhance the clarity of the sentence. Utilizing a wider range of synonyms can also aid in making your writing more engaging and dynamic.

What are the hypernyms for Natch?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Natch

Unprepared, find unsuspecting, the "Caroline," at no time a Natch for her powerful adversary, must fall an easy victim; nor would there be much reason to apprehend that a single shot from the battery could reach them, before the captor, and his prize, would be at such a distance as to render the blow next to impotent if not utterly innocuous.
"The Red Rover"
James Fenimore Cooper
Sang the water-carrier: "I's Natch-i-ully gallant wid de ladies,-" and along with the trowel's tinkle came softly back, "I uz bawn wid a talent fo' de ladies."
"Kincaid's Battery"
George W. Cable
A puddle of light squirts out, and Natch he steps in it.
"Hoiman and the Solar Circuit"
Gordon Dewey

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