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Spell check of studied

Correct spelling: studied

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.

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.