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mannered (adj.)

mid-15c., "having or possessed of manners or demeanor;" in compounds, "having manners of a certain kind;" from manner. Later, especially, "well-mannered." Also, especially in arts and literature, "characterized by mannerism, artificial, affected" (by 1801). The form ymanered is attested from late 14c. Compare mannerable "well-mannered" (late 15c.).

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Definitions of mannered

mannered (adj.)
having unnatural mannerisms;
brief, mannered and unlifelike idiom
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