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affected

(ə-fĕk′tĭd)
adj.
Infected or attacked, as by disease.
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The 4th movement is a dignified, affectedly flowing finale with a ceremonial feeling and a clear expression of the main tonality of the work bearing the title "in F": here, F minor prevails, beginning and ending the movement.
Is not the eloquence of Antony, the nobler and affectedly unaffected oration of Brutus, artificially exalted by the rude bursts of nature from the mouths of their auditors?
One speaking affectedly about kitchen utensil (6) 17.
Glamorgan would cease to be a member of the ECB, which would affectedly ruin the county.
Glamorgan would cease to be a member of the ECB which would affectedly ruin the county.
Polish working class people who lived on streets named after poets and revolutionaries they had never heard of, ashamed of their nationality, some of the younger ones speaking very affectedly because they were trying to get rid of the whine in their vowels.
Here's a collection of companies that offer solutions to help organizations more affectedly address issues related to TCPA.
In direction it should, on the one hand, neither be affectedly graceful or waving .
The latter become a source of considerable interest and amusement in Thomas Dekker's civic romance The Shoemaker's Holiday (1599), (33) as well as in John Marston's satirical comedy The Dutch Courtesan (1605), (34) dramatizing the xenophobic prejudice of glib and excessive native talkers who affectedly adopt the chatter of foreigners.
She might have attempted to sing less affectedly, in a more childlike way, but that would have meant a loss of projection.
Milnes was a wealthy merchant of woollen-cloth from Wakefield, and Wright depicted him in a Zoffany-esque canvas that shows the man of fashion standing, somewhat affectedly, against a detailed oak tree and open coastal landscape.
But, put bluntly, it spoke screamingly of the intellectual bankruptcy of political grandees strutting affectedly so gloriously as if they are the ultimate genius in the polity.