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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstudiedstud‧ied /ˈstʌdid/ adjective  DELIBERATELYa studied way of behaving is deliberate and often not sincere, because it has been planned carefully She spoke with studied politeness.
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studiedOr what if studied departures from concern for others are occasionally required in the interests of one's own fulfilment?It was heads in air, studied indifference.Richardson's studied informality is quite annoying.This debate seemed to be marked by a remarkably high standard of studied insult.Not surprisingly, the rebellious streak in his nature surfaced, and he started to behave with studied rudeness.
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