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Spell check of studied

Correct spelling: studied

Synonyms:
heeded, theatrical, forced, knowing, stagy, bogus, counted, examined, checked, intentional, histrionic, inferred, meditated, measured, willful, mastered, comprehended, investigated, totaled, scrutinized, mannered, digested, thoughtful, supposed, programmed, realized, concluded, stilted, attended, counterfeit, discovered, assayed, plotted, figured, ostentatious, minded, la-di-da, grasped, facade, ersatz, deceitful, reviewed, multiplied, wise, stiff, forged, showy, intended, imitation, reflected, imposture, fraudulent, divided, ranked, false, concentrated, absorbed, enumerated, rated, conscious, estimated, deliberated, posing, gleaned, advised, assimilated, thought, overdone, synthetic, thought-out, imagined, mock, unnatural, premeditated, appraised, approximated, valued, analyzed, prepared, voluntary, pretentious, reasoned, understood, affected, scanned, considered, observed, watched, surmised, weighed, systematized, learned, artificial, schemed, read, inspected, calculated, guessed, envisioned, contemplated, fake, evaluated, thought about, verified, judged, surveyed, planned, assessed, deliberate, designed, added, studious, determined, presumed, quantized, scheduled, debated, dissected.

Antonyms:
impetuous, chance, extemporaneous, impromptu, ill-advised, uncontrived, rushed, hurried, purposeless, sudden, aimless, abrupt, spontaneous, unstudied, candid, random, unadvised, hasty, unconsidered, hit-or-miss, casual, instinctive, haphazard, automatic, desultory.

Examples of usage:

1) Kent studied her for a moment. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) We studied this movement for a little while. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) A pretty poor sort, but I've studied medicine mighty hard. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

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