Affectional



relating to or implying .
Historical Examples

Carrie realised the change of affectional atmosphere at once.
Sister Carrie Theodore Dreiser

With the affectional experiences which we are considering, the relatively ‘pure’ condition lasts.
Essays in Radical Empiricism William James

Its contents or material shift their values back and forth from technological or utilitarian to æsthetic, ethic, or affectional.
Studies in Logical Theory John Dewey

As in the case of Whitman, his country is his bride, and upon it he has showered all the affectional wealth of his nature.
John Greenleaf Whittier W. Sloane Kennedy

The development of the affectional side of the life during this period must be briefly noted.
The Unfolding Life Antoinette Abernethy Lamoreaux

The affectional nature can be trifled with until it cannot be relied upon.
Self Knowledge and Guide to Sex Instruction T. W. Shannon

The affectional world is the stream of feelings of pleasure and pain generated by the two aforesaid worlds.
The Sarva-Darsana-Samgraha Madhava Acharya

A book that not only permits, but commands religious persecution, has not in my judgment developed the affectional nature of man.
Men, Women, and Gods Helen H. Gardener

There are many radical differences in their affectional natures.
Searchlights on Health: Light on Dark Corners B.G. Jefferis

The social and affectional side of your nature is well developed, and you can easily attract to yourself friends and companions.
Manual of the Enumeration C. J. Coffman

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    showing, indicating, or characterized by affection or love; fondly tender: an affectionate embrace. having great affection or love; warmly attached; loving: your affectionate brother. Obsolete. strongly disposed or inclined. passionate; headstrong. biased; partisan. Contemporary Examples While we did not ‘know’ each other in a Biblical sense, it was nevertheless inappropriately romantic and affectionate. Sex Scandal […]

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