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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmeasuredmea‧sured /ˈmeʒəd $ -ərd/ adjective  CAREFULSLOWif you do something in a measured way, you do it in a careful and controlled way, not in an excited or sudden way a measured response to the problem She spoke in measured tones.
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measuredTheir strident moralism jarred with both the measured middle-class radicalism of the repealers and the dominant patrician language of high politics.a calm and measured responseLet us return to the measured tones of Cliff Cunningham.in measured tonesBefore each session, he had watched their suspect sizing up his interrogators, readying his replies in measured tones.