mannered

[ man-erd ]
/ ˈmæn ərd /

adjective

having manners as specified (usually used in combination): ill-mannered people.
having distinctive mannerisms; affected: a mannered walk.

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Origin of mannered

First recorded in 1350–1400, mannered is from the Middle English word manered. See manner1, -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM mannered

non·man·nered, adjectiveo·ver·man·nered, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for mannered

mannered
/ (ˈmænəd) /

adjective

having idiosyncrasies or mannerisms; affectedmannered gestures
of or having mannerisms of style, as in art or literature
(in combination) having manners as specifiedill-mannered
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