Affection ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Affection ( noun )

  1. A feeling of liking or fondness.
  2. A feeling of warmth and tenderness towards someone or something.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french affection, from latin affectio(n-), from affect- "affected", from the verb afficere.

Examples:

  1. She has a great affection for her family.
  2. He has an affection for old cars.
  3. The dog wagged its tail with affection.
  4. She looked at him with affection.
  5. He spoke of his affection for the city.

(As a verb)

Affection ( verb )

  1. A feeling of liking or fondness.
  2. A feeling of warmth and tenderness towards someone or something.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french affection, from latin affectio(n-), from affect- "affected", from the verb afficere.

Examples:

  1. She has a great affection for her family.
  2. He has an affection for old cars.
  3. The dog wagged its tail with affection.
  4. She looked at him with affection.
  5. He spoke of his affection for the city.
Some random words: troublesome, footage, effervescence