affectional

[ uh-fek-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF affectional

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Carrie realised the change of affectional atmosphere at once.

There are many radical differences in their affectional natures.

Without sexuality this expression of the affectional nature would not be possible.

With the affectional experiences which we are considering, the relatively ‘pure’ condition lasts.

Its contents or material shift their values back and forth from technological or utilitarian to æsthetic, ethic, or affectional.

As in the case of Whitman, his country is his bride, and upon it he has showered all the affectional wealth of his nature.

The affectional world is the stream of feelings of pleasure and pain generated by the two aforesaid worlds.

The affectional nature can be trifled with until it cannot be relied upon.

A book that not only permits, but commands religious persecution, has not in my judgment developed the affectional nature of man.

Learn to trust your intuitions more and place reliance in the guidance of your affectional nature.

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