Usage examples for studied

  1. I am pleased to say that every comfort for these poor unfortunate creatures is studied. – From Crow-Scaring to Westminster; an Autobiography by George Edwards M.P., O.B.E.
  2. She did not smile in return, merely studied him as if he were an interesting subject. – The Snow-Burner by Henry Oyen
  3. No, Peachy, I ain't never felt in my life that I knowed what another person ought to do, but ef I've studied 'em long enough and close enough I know pretty well what they will do. – The Loves of Ambrose by Margaret Vandercook
  4. " Studied different things," said Antoinette shortly. – A Letter of Credit by Susan Warner
  5. What ought to be studied is believed without discussion. – The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters by George Sand, Gustave Flaubert Translated by A.L. McKensie
  6. And though he could not now see her face the Cardinal studied her every movement. – The Tangled Skein by Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy
  7. Pierre studied his own long, brown hands, turning the soft hat between them. – The Branding Iron by Katharine Newlin Burt
  8. For many minutes he studied the stream below without really seeing it. – The Hollow of Her Hand by George Barr McCutcheon
  9. I'm afraid you haven't studied them. – The New Boy at Hilltop by Ralph Henry Barbour
  10. Then you have studied the question since last I saw you. – Richard Carvel, Complete by Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009
  11. He must show them by daily studied conduct that he was not what they feared he was.... – Youth Challenges by Clarence B Kelland
  12. Roderick studied the young man's heavy face, as he talked. – The End of the Rainbow by Marian Keith
  13. There was very open admiration in his face as he studied her now. – The Heart of Arethusa by Francis Barton Fox
  14. I haven't studied at all, I tell you. – The New Boy at Hilltop by Ralph Henry Barbour
  15. I studied the two papers thoughtfully for a few moments, then looked at Mrs. Ballou. – Out of a Labyrinth by Lawrence L. Lynch
  16. He also asked most kindly after my own affairs- what I was doing, with whom I had studied, how long I intended to remain, what my plans were for the future, and most particularly about musical matters in America. – Memories of a Musical Life by William Mason
  17. I have not studied as hard at I ought. – Walter Sherwood's Probation by Horatio Alger