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affected

(ə-fĕk′tĭd)
adj.
Infected or attacked, as by disease.
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By identifying vulnerable areas of your home and taking adequate precautions, you can affectedly reduce the risk of being burglarized.
The educated differ widely from the masses or uneducated; and the mincing or affectedly polite differ still more widely from them.
To put the housing units to good use and not left to deteriorate, the units may be awarded to other low-salaried government employees and other qualified beneficiaries like informal settlers in the area where the project is located, and other underprivileged and homeless families in urban centers and areas affectedly government projects.
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.
Moreover, the manner in which "retribution" arrives with the conclusion of the subplot at the end of the act prompts moral deliberation rather than moral abstraction and summary judgment.30 Belforest, conspicuously undiscerning throughout the play, finally alerted to Levidulcea's being "affectedly inclined / To young Sebastian's company o' late" (4.4.2-3), accosts and extracts a confirmation from Fresco, which Fresco intones as a town crier ("Can you laugh it, my lord?
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 ...; nor, on the other, vulgarly rectilineal, direct, or abrupt" (2:590; original emphasis).