In addition to the traditional definition, "affected" can also indicate...

**The above information was pulled together by my brain, in cooperation with my Oxford.

Af*fect"ed (#), p. p. & a.

1.

Regarded with affection; beloved.

[Obs.]

His affected Hercules. Chapman.

2.

Inclined; disposed; attached.

How stand you affected his wish? Shak.

3.

Given to false show; assuming or pretending to posses what is not natural or real.

He is . . . too spruce, too affected, too odd. Shak.

4.

Assumed artificially; not natural.

Affected coldness and indifference. Addison.

5. Alg.

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

 

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