- manner of articulation,
- mannerheim line,
Origin of mannered
Examples 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
mid-15c., "having manners" of one kind or another, from manner. Later, especially, "well-mannered." Cf. mannerable "well-mannered" (late 15c.).