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Definition of Affected

Affected imp. & p. p. means: of Affect

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Affected imp. & p. p. means: of Affect

Meaning of Affected

Affected (imp. & p. p.) means: of Affect

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Affected (p. p. & a.): Made up of terms involving different powers of the unknown quantity; adfected; as, an affected equation.

Sensible (a.): Hence: Liable to impression from without; easily affected; having nice perception or acute feeling; sensitive; also, readily moved or affected by natural agents; delicate; as, a sensible thermometer.

Sympathize (v. i.): To feel in consequence of what another feels; to be affected by feelings similar to those of another, in consequence of knowing the person to be thus affected.

Smirk (v. i.): To smile in an affected or conceited manner; to smile with affected complaisance; to simper.

Trichomatose (a.): Affected with a disease which causes agglutination and matting together; -- said of the hair when affected with plica. See Plica, 1.

Affected (imp. & p. p.): of Affect

Adfected (v.): See Affected, 5.

Affectible (a.): That may be affected.

Jaundiced (a.): Affected with jaundice.

Tabetic (n.): One affected with tabes.

Rickety (a.): Affected with rickets.

Apoplexed (a.): Affected with apoplexy.

Emotioned (a.): Affected with emotion.

Empassionate (a.): Strongly affected.

Lycanthrope (n.): One affected with lycanthropy.

Crampy (): Affected with cramp.

Contagioned (a.): Affected by contagion.

Cant (a.): Of the nature of cant; affected; vulgar.

Rheumatic (n.): One affected with rheumatism.

Seasick (a.): Affected with seasickness.

Sclerosed (a.): Affected with sclerosis.

Chill (a.): Affected by cold.

Perceive (v. t.): To be affected of influented by.

Concetto (n.): Affected wit; a conceit.

Spavined (a.): Affected with spavin.

Ennuye (n.): One who is affected with ennui.

Anglomaniac (n.): One affected with Anglomania.

Goitred (a.): Affected with goiter.

Gynandromorphous (a.): Affected, with gynandromorphism.

Kiby (a.): Affected with kibes.

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Words, slangs, sentences and phrases similar to Affected

Meaning of Attitudinize

Attitudinize means: To assume an affected attitude.

Meaning of camp it up

camp it up means: To overact in an affected manner.

Meaning of ripped

ripped means: affected by drugs or alcohol ‘I am pretty ripped’

Meaning of Aerodynamic

Aerodynamic means: Having a shape that that is not adversely affected by wind flowing past it.

Meaning of mincer

mincer means: Noun. A homosexual male. From the S.E. mince, an affected manner of walking.

Meaning of Lag 

Lag  means: (n.) refers to slower internet (and thereby game) speed due to high server usage (a lot of people on at one time). (v.) the state of being affected by lag.

Meaning of PUT ON

PUT ON means: Put on is slang for a hoax or piece of mockery.Put on is slang for an affected manner or mode of behaviour.

Meaning of camp

camp means: Adj. An effeminate style and mannerism affected mainly by 'gays', however anyone can 'camp it up.' [1930s]

Meaning of UP

UP means: Up is slang for affected by narcotics.Up is American theatre slang for having forgotten one's lines.

Meaning of TROPPO

TROPPO means: Troppo is Australian slang for mentally affected by a tropical climate.

Meaning of SHORT-TIME CREW

SHORT-TIME CREW means: Crew working overtime but not yet affected by the sixteen-hour law. (See dogcatchers)

Meaning of Pat and Mick

Pat and Mick means: Adj. Affected with nausea, ill. Rhyming slang on sick. Also 'on the Pat and Mick'.

Meaning of luvvie

luvvie means: Noun. 1. An actor or actress, especially one with a flamboyant and affected theatrical manner. Also luvvy. Often derog. {Informal} 2. A form of address. From lovey. {Informal}

Meaning of camp it up

camp it up means: Verb. To overact in an affected manner. E.g."If you want to see people camping it up, walk down Canal Street in the Gay Village in Manchester on a Saturday night." See 'camp'.

Meaning of loonie

loonie means: (1) someone apparantly insane or prone to performing oddly on occasions. Assumed of old to be one affected by the phases of the moon = luna = lunatic = loonie! (2) Canadian one-dollar coin, originated from the loon on the one side of it.

Meaning of Zulu

Zulu means: Used to indicated times measured in Coordinated Universal Time, a successor to Greenwich Mean Time. A time standard that is not affected by time zones or seasons.

Meaning of Greenwich Mean Time

Greenwich Mean Time means: GMT for short. Greenwich Meridian Time, also known as Universal Time or Zulu time. A time standard that is not affected by time zones or seasons. It is the time used by navigators in celestial navigation.

Meaning of wrangle-gangle

wrangle-gangle means: chaotic, riotous, unruly, affected by drink. Used by (1) Annie Proulx in The Shipping News (1933), ch. 20; (2) report of drunken behaviour: 'Jonathan Rhys Meyers was charged Sunday with public drunkenness and breach of peace after some reportedly wrangle-gangle behaviour at Dublin Airport. The pillow-lipped actor, was said to be demonstrating "erratic, abusive" behaviour in the airport ...'source NATIONAL POST(of Canada) NOVEMBER 20, 2007.

Meaning of syphilis

syphilis means: A sexually-transmitted disease. Caused by the spirochete Treponema pallidum. The spirochete cannot survive outside the body, so contracting the disease by other than intimate sexual contact is rare. The spirochete usually enters the body through invisible breaks in the skin or through intact mucous membranes lining the mouth, rectum, or genital tract. About three weeks later the person develops a sore, called a chancre, at the entry spot. Relatively painless, it is usually found around the genitalia but is sometimes seen on the lips or mouth, on the breasts, or around the rectum. Lymph nodes in the affected area often become enlarged. The chancre contains large numbers of spirochetes and is highly contagious. Even without treatment the chancre slowly heals in several weeks; the spirochetes, however, spread throughout the body, and six weeks to six months later the secondary stage of syphilis occurs, characterized mainly by fever, swollen glands, and a painless, non-itching rash over most of the body, including the genital tract, the mouth, and the palms and soles. Lesions also form in the mouth and around the vagina and anus, and these are highly contagious. Symptoms eventually resolve, and the disease enters its latent phase. Two-thirds of syphilis patients have no further trouble with the disease and are no longer infectious. In some persons, involvement of the brain and spinal cord will occur from several months to years later, causing difficulties with thinking, sensation, and movement. Patients may suffer skin and bone damage or damage to the blood vessels around the heart, resulting in heart failure and sometimes requiring surgery. Some pregnant women transmit the organism to the fetus, resulting in miscarriage, stillbirth, or deformities that may be obvious at birth or may not appear until the child reaches puberty. Syphilis can be diagnosed with a blood test, and all stages of the disease can be cured with the appropriate antibiotic treatment. Damage that has already been done to affected tissues, however, cannot necessarily be repaired; early diagnosis and treatment are therefore extremely important. Patients who have been treated need to take blood tests periodically for two years thereafter. People with syphilis and other STDs have been found to be more susceptible to infection with the HIV virus.

Meaning of Careen

Careen means: To heel over a ship to clean the seaweed and barnacles from her bottom. Careening was a necessary part of nautical life. For reasons, which will be explained, it was one of the most hazardous tasks facing a pirate crew. As is well known, as ships cruise the ocean, their bottoms quickly become covered with barnacles. These barnacles affected the ships speed and mobility. These two characteristics were highly respected among pirate captains, for they knew above everything else that if they were to be pursued in would be speed and mobility that would save them above any amount of firepower they might possess. Barnacles posed another problem. If they were not removed, periodically, they would also cause irreparable damage to the hull by eating away the wood or weakening the seems between planks. This meant that if the ship were at sea, far from land, it could go down. The threat of barnacles was taken very seriously. Often ships are dry docked after a long ocean voyage, in order that the hull can be scraped free of barnacles and repaired. Pirate rarely had the opportunity to dry dock. When a ship could not be dry docked, sailors had to devise other ways to clean the bottom. It was practically impossible to clean the bottom of a ship while in the water. The best alternative was careening. Careening involved finding a suitable shallow bay where the ship could safely be run aground, thus exposing as much of the hull above the water line as possible. Then the ship would be unloaded as much as possible. The crew would then need to careen or turn the ship over on one side using block and tackle, and manpower. The crew would try to pull the ship over enough to expose the keel or bottom of the ship. Then they would commence scraping that side of the ship, free of any barnacles. Then any damaged planks would be replaced or repaired. Following this step, if possible the bottom of the ship would be covered with paint, pitch or some kind of proctectant. Once the one side was done, the crew would careen the ship to the other side and repeat the process. The task was labor intensive and time consuming. Pirates were sitting ducks while careening their ship. They were often not armed well enough to stand a major ground assault and with their ship run aground they could not take on another ship. An example of how dangerous careening could be see the entry on Captain Lowther in the Pirates Who's Who of the Caribbean. Having the ship run aground for a long period of time was dangerous, so the pirates did several things to reduce their risks. First they would look for secluded cays that offered good protection and cover from the sea, basically hiding from prying eyes. Such a place was known as a careenage. Another strategy was to careen only one side of the ship at a time in order to cut the length of time on shore by half. Of course pirates could also swap ships in order to avoid careening. However this was seldom done. Many pirates preferred sloops because of their agility and speed and would often become attached to their ship, usually not giving it up unless it was in need of repair.

Meaning of Affected

Affected means: Made up of terms involving different powers of the unknown quantity; adfected; as, an affected equation.

Meaning of Sensible

Sensible means: Hence: Liable to impression from without; easily affected; having nice perception or acute feeling; sensitive; also, readily moved or affected by natural agents; delicate; as, a sensible thermometer.

Meaning of Sympathize

Sympathize means: To feel in consequence of what another feels; to be affected by feelings similar to those of another, in consequence of knowing the person to be thus affected.

Meaning of Smirk

Smirk means: To smile in an affected or conceited manner; to smile with affected complaisance; to simper.

Meaning of Trichomatose

Trichomatose means: Affected with a disease which causes agglutination and matting together; -- said of the hair when affected with plica. See Plica, 1.

Meaning of Affected

Affected means: of Affect

Meaning of Adfected

Adfected means: See Affected, 5.

Meaning of Affectible

Affectible means: That may be affected.

Meaning of Jaundiced

Jaundiced means: Affected with jaundice.

Meaning of Tabetic

Tabetic means: One affected with tabes.

Meaning of Rickety

Rickety means: Affected with rickets.

Meaning of Apoplexed

Apoplexed means: Affected with apoplexy.

Meaning of Emotioned

Emotioned means: Affected with emotion.

Meaning of Empassionate

Empassionate means: Strongly affected.

Meaning of Lycanthrope

Lycanthrope means: One affected with lycanthropy.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Dissociation

Dissociation means: The process by which a compound body breaks up into simpler constituents; -- said particularly of the action of heat on gaseous or volatile substances; as, the dissociation of the sulphur molecules; the dissociation of ammonium chloride into hydrochloric acid and ammonia.

Meaning of Fixity

Fixity means: Coherence of parts.

Meaning of Inspersion

Inspersion means: The act of sprinkling.

Meaning of Obscene

Obscene means: Foul; fifthy; disgusting.

Meaning of Tickle

Tickle means: To excite the sensation of titillation.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of FILFTHY

FILFTHY means: Filfthy is British slang for extremely wealthy.

Meaning of Slag

Slag means: Strong cannabis weed

Meaning of TRAM

TRAM means: The Rest Are Mine

Meaning of chill

chill means: Spend time with talking. Chill out, man; don't let them get you riled.

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