affected definition

  • adjective:
    • applied, affected, or changed.
    • Emotionally stirred or moved.
    • Infected or attacked, as by disease.
    • Assumed or simulated to impress other people: an affected accent.
    • Speaking or behaving in an artificial option to get that promotion.
    • Disposed or inclined.
    • impacted or altered by anything
    • simulated to wow
    • Emotionally relocated; moved.
    • adfected
    • becoming excited or provoked on expression of an emotion
    • speaking or behaving in an artificial option to make an impression
    • applied; impacted
  • noun:
    • some one affected, as by a disease.
  • verb:
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of influence.
  • past-participle:
    • known with affection; beloved.
    • Inclined; disposed; affixed.
    • directed at untrue program; assuming or pretending to possess what is not all-natural or real.
    • Assumed unnaturally; maybe not normal.
    • consists of terms involving various abilities of this as yet not known quantity; adfected.
  • others:
    • Beloved: as, “his impacted Hercules,”
    • Having an affection, personality, or tendency of any kind; inclined or disposed: as, well-affected to government or toward a project.
    • Assumed artificially; maybe not all-natural: as, impacted airs.
    • fond of affectation; presuming or pretending to own characteristics that are not all-natural or genuine: since, an affected woman.
    • Synonyms Artificial, feigned, insincere. Pretentious, uncomfortable.
    • put to work; affected; specifically, inspired injuriously; damaged; assaulted, as by environment or infection.
    • In algebra, same as adfected.
    • within the Roman Catholic Church, stated of a benefice the collation of which is reserved to persons possessed of certain qualifications; specifically, if the pope, by some disposition for the benefice, stops the standard collation and tacitly indicates their intention of himself offering when it comes to benefice when it shall be vacant.

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