affected[ uh-fek-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF affected
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFFECTED
They affected that they never habitually thought of lesser concerns.
She stood aghast all this time, partly with real, partly with affected, surprise.
I said, that I should not be affected by the splendour of even a royal title.
Like many of the courtiers, Mistress Fitton affected the society of the players.
Cadge thinks me still betrothed to John, so she affected to misunderstand.
Like an inspiration it came to the girl what had affected her so disagreeably in Crane—it was his eyes.
"Let me know the worst," Madame Permon said, with affected distress.
The individual so affected appears to lose all sense of its surroundings.
If they watched me furtively whenever I went out of doors, I affected not to see it.
He entered with a face of suppressed joy and affected melancholy.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR AFFECTED
- eat sleep and breathe
- on the case
- puffed up
- stuck on oneself