1. studied

adjective. ['ˈstʌdiːd'] produced or marked by conscious design or premeditation.


  • unnatural


  • unstudied
  • unaffectedness

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Words that Rhyme with Studied

  • bloodied
  • muddied

Example sentences of the word studied

1. Verb, past participle
Potential risks from taking a large amount have not been studied.

2. Adjective
Famed for their studied aloofness, cats have one weakness that's the equivalent of vocal catnip: pspspspsps.

3. Verb, past tense
Born in Kansas City in 1913, he studied architecture at the University of Washington.

Quotes containing the word studied

1. The ultimate storyteller is Shakespeare, who was able to get the 'groundlings' to laugh at his bawdy humor and storylines but could still be studied by scholars to this day for the complexity of his language, meter, and symbolism. That's the real guy.
- Jon Favreau

2. That's something I learned in art school. I studied graphic design in Germany, and my professor emphasized the responsibility that designers and illustrators have towards the people they create things for.
- Eric Carle

3. She had studied the universe all her life, but had overlooked its clearest message: For small creatures such as we the vastness is bearable only through love.
- Carl Sagan, Contact