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adjective stud·ied \ˈstə-dēd\

Simple Definition of studied

  • : carefully thought out or prepared

  • : done deliberately

Full Definition of studied

  1. 1 :  carefully considered or prepared :  thoughtful <a studied response>

  2. 2 :  knowledgeable, learned <studied in the craft of blacksmithing>

  3. 3 :  produced or marked by conscious design or premeditation :  calculated <studied indifference> <spoke with a studied accent>

stud·ied·ly adverb
stud·ied·ness noun

Examples of studied

  1. She gave a studied response.

  2. He viewed us with a studied indifference.



15th Century

First Known Use of studied

15th century



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