Definition of studied in English:

studied

Line breaks: stud|ied
Pronunciation: /ˈstʌdid
 
/

adjective

Derivatives

studiedly

adverb
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  • A book or a studiedly blank expression will help.
  • And as the president, his rhetoric has been studiedly non-inflammatory.
  • The book is enriched by a deeply informative, yet studiedly non-polemical, introduction by the editor.

studiedness

noun
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  • The splendid portrait photographs have the chiaroscuro clarity as well as the mannered studiedness of Beaton works.
  • His art is amazing on a lot of levels, but there's a dry studiedness about it that keeps me from totally embracing it.
  • As always in Visconti, a certain studiedness in the artistic effects causes us to keep the film at a distance, to distrust it.

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