affectionate[ uh-fek-shuh-nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF affectionate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFFECTIONATE
Paralus ever lived in affectionate communion with the birds and the flowers.
Percival felt they were all regarding him now with affectionate concern.
Come to me as before, and you shall find me as I have ever been—affectionate and kind.
Our meeting, after mutual recognition, was affectionate and cordial.
But she is so affectionate, one does not know how to be angry with her.
"Her affectionate disposition can be nothing to me," said Lady Delacour.
On the other hand, Caroline was kind and affectionate towards her.
She had what they called an amiable temper, an affectionate temper.
When this rehearsal was over Perrin came to me; he had an affectionate and constrained air.
The man, the most submissive; the woman, the most affectionate.