Thesaurus / affectionately

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Miss Ottway drew Janet's arm through hers and patted it affectionately.

Freddy has been affectionately taxed by his betrothed with having been instrumental in its despatch, but he has delicately denied.

Doctor CupidRhoda Broughton

When the martyrs met inside the walls they kissed each other affectionately and fell on their knees to thank God.

The Jesuits, 1534-1921Thomas J. Campbell

I smiled at him affectionately before resuming my role as Santa Claus.

Autobiography of a YOGIParamhansa Yogananda

Then Finn turned to his mate and affectionately licked her low-hanging ears, flews, and dewlap.

JanA. J. Dawson

I turned and gazed fondly and affectionately in his withered old face.

The Land of ThorJ. Ross Browne

"That is right," Mr. Atherton said as he wrung Mr. Renshaw's hand warmly, and then affectionately kissed Mrs. Renshaw.

Dorothy took the dowager's hand and looked down earnestly and affectionately into her upturned gaze.

The Vanity GirlCompton Mackenzie

Mrs. Bransby received her affectionately, and thanked her for her visit; but she did not ask her to repeat it.

Her honest heart was so moved with gratitude and admiration that she had nearly called herself "affectionately" Mr Wentworth's.

The Perpetual CurateMrs [Margaret] Oliphant

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