affection[ uh-fek-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF affection
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFFECTION
I know, better than you possibly can, what reasons I have to trust the strength of his affection.
"He is a good son to me," said Mrs. Rushton, with a glance of affection.
Though passion may have strained it must not break our bonds of affection.
She had no affection for this selfish invalid, this weak, peevish bully.
Her affection concentrated on two objects, the house and Maggie, Maggie and the house.
He drew off: and then ran into the highest professions of reverence and affection for you.
It is not easy for an Anglo-Saxon to confess the realities of affection in vital intimacies.
But a sudden unaccustomed gust of affection swirled in the breast of the lad.
His affection for Cassius is not a virtue to one in especial.
In almost every play he speaks of flowers with affection and delight.