affinity[ uh-fin-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF affinity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFFINITY
Why Venus ever in her prime, but because of her affinity with me?
He stared at it and the old feeling of affinity swept over him, stronger than ever.
I never heard that he had the least affinity for either of these dissipations.
A just government cannot be founded on force: for force has no affinity with justice.
But let me ask you another question: Has excess of pleasure any affinity to temperance?
If the good is there, so is the evil; if the affinity, so the repulsion; if the force, so the limitation.
Yet it is affinity that determines which two shall converse.
All of them are antagonistic to sense and have an affinity to number and measure and a presentiment of ideas.
The affinity of the Protagoras to the Meno is more doubtful.
It is firm water; it is cold flame; what health, what affinity!