Laws of nature

Laws of nature,

Definition of Laws of nature:

  1. Scientific generalizations (arrived at by experimentation and/or observation) that try to explain how nature works, or are the idealized descriptions of how scientists expect nature to work.

How to use Laws of nature in a sentence?

  1. People have always and will always speak to one another when in large groups, it seems to be the laws of nature .
  2. When trying to pressure a smaller competitor to take an acquisition offer, the Chief Executive Officer arrogantly professed that the laws of nature dictated that big companies like his own would eventually put all small competitors out of business.
  3. Giving in to the competing companies would simply go against the laws of nature -- man has evolved to embrace the survival of the fittest.

Meaning of Laws of nature & Laws of nature Definition