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Origin of mannered
OTHER WORDS FROM mannerednon·man·nered, adjectiveo·ver·man·nered, adjective
Words nearby mannered
Example sentences from the Web for mannered
“Rails” and “lacerate,” two other words swiftly elected for pillory, were classic Tejpal, overblown, mannered, theatrical.
I think she writes too much about herself, not enough about actual policy, and is too mannered.
To a Frenchman whose name even now is unknown to most of Earth, who gave a mannered, non-vocal performance.
There they are today, insolent-eyed and "walk-the-plank" mannered to all but the few whom they feel they can hold to high ransom.Fifth Avenue|Arthur Bartlett Maurice
"Captain Moray and I have sat at meat together before," he said, with mannered coolness.The Seats Of The Mighty, Complete|Gilbert Parker
In those days her mind was continually under the influence of any author she cared about, particularly if his style were mannered.The Beth Book|Sarah Grand
And as the grand painting became hollow and mannered, genre painting grew Philistine and decrepit.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 3 (of 4)|Richard Muther
This was in 1589 when German art was already becoming decadent and mannered.The Story of Nuremberg|Cecil Headlam