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noun as in liking or inclination toward something

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Then I went to San Diego and started my first show at 21 at One America News, which has recently gotten a little bit more popular and some more headlines around it, of course, given the president’s affinity for it.

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If affinity audiences are floating users whose attention towards your products may falter at times, custom affinity audiences are anchored to your company.

All those who place ads on Google are allowed to address their affinity audiences through Gmail, video, display, and search efforts.

This effect “was driven by their intolerance for incongruent comments rather than an elevated affinity for congruent comments,” the researchers wrote.

While this type of content doesn’t yield a huge amount of income in the short term, it does help to build brand affinity, and ultimately sales, in the long term.

He can use that affinity to build confidence for a Jacksonian approach to world chaos.

That affinity has to come from somewhere besides just the entertainment value.

How did it come to be then that she would feel an affinity for Aurora and start to care for her?

Where does your affinity for long, tracking shots come from?

Jokes aside, the folksy, blunt-talking Republican had a real affinity and passion for the issue.

Is there to be some mysterious affinity between chewing and the revolutions, especially the social revolutions of the future?

I don't doubt you will find more than one affinity if you are awakening; that is merely the mating instinct.

The striking resemblance of Kingia, in caudex and leaves, to Xanthorrhoea, cannot fail to suggest its affinity to that genus also.

Yet we are told that heat, motion, electricity and chemical affinity are the causes of mental and moral action.

In none of these particulars does man stand quite alone; in all of them an affinity with the lower animals exists.


On this page you'll find 97 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to affinity, such as: affection, closeness, fondness, leaning, rapport, and sympathy.

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