Sentence for affectionate | Use affectionate in a sentence

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  • He had an affectionate heart. (4)
  • Your affectionate Arabella Smythe. (4)
  • Emerson was tenderly affectionate. (14)
  • With me he was hardly affectionate. (10)
  • Wonderfully affectionate little thing! (8)
  • He is a thoroughly kind-hearted and affectionate fellow. (14)
  • They parted for the night with an affectionate hand-clasp. (8)
  • And last night he was with us so happy, so cheerful, so affectionate? (4)
  • Philippa received us both with every expression of affectionate Love. (4)
  • There were some final affectionate words, but no further explanations. (10)
  • There were some final affectionate words, but no further explanations. (22)
  • Victor held her hand and felt a squeeze more nervous than affectionate. (10)
  • Their taunts were really expressions of affectionate pride in each other. (9)
  • You used always to speak of him with an affectionate and proud emphasis. (12)
  • I never saw such perfect manners, such a winning and affectionate politeness. (9)
  • He would beg to be a third in the house and sharer of your affectionate burden. (10)
  • Noel, so affectionate, and dreamy, seemed sometimes possessed of a little devil. (8)
  • A fine possession, an excellent housekeeper, a sensible and affectionate enough mother. (8)
  • And because he would not give it away, he was more than usually affectionate to Sylvia. (8)
  • Either of them would, in all probability, make him an affectionate, good-humoured wife. (4)
  • I remember what I was like at her age, a poor affectionate little rat, and now look at me! (8)
  • Has not my consent been daily asked by his looks, his manner, his attentive and affectionate respect? (4)
  • It was very different with Holly, soft and quiet, shy and affectionate, with a playful imp in her somewhere. (8)
  • Willoughby was a young man of good abilities, quick imagination, lively spirits, and open, affectionate manners. (4)
  • Elizabeth quitted my side with the conviction that I am as considerate an uncle as I am an affectionate brother. (10)
  • If a man could not hide little rifts in the lute from one so good and humble and affectionate, he was not fit to live. (8)
  • Hilary watched the little moonlight lady lying vigilant, affectionate, beside this perfect dog, who could not hurt her. (8)
  • She could speak her affectionate mind as plain as print, and it was dull print facing me, not the arches of the sunset. (10)
  • Then the Countess murmured final adieux; twilight under her lids, but yet a smile, stately, affectionate, almost genial. (10)
  • She held out her hand; he kissed it with affectionate gallantry, though he hardly knew how to look, and they entered the house. (4)
  • The next morning he made ready for an early start, and in his preparations he had the zealous and even affectionate help of Jeff Durgin. (9)
  • She spoke of him with affectionate interest in his fortunes; no better proof of his generosity as well as hers could have been given me. (10)
  • But Isabella became only more and more urgent, calling on her in the most affectionate manner, addressing her by the most endearing names. (4)
  • He and I have been at times thrown a good deal together, while you have been wholly engrossed on the most affectionate principle by my mother. (4)
  • The full and steady contemplative eyes had taken their fixed expression, after a vanishing affectionate gaze of an instant cast upon Agostino. (10)
  • Their affectionate mother shared all their grief; she remembered what she had herself endured on a similar occasion, five-and-twenty years ago. (4)
  • This breathing, living creature, warm and affectionate, prevented him from yielding to a grief that threatened to drag him into unknown depths. (12)
  • She immediately shook her head at Fanny with arch, yet affectionate reproach, and taking her hand, seemed hardly able to help beginning directly. (4)
  • He was affectionate with Wilfrid, and invited him to Verona, with the assurance that his (the Austrian) school of cavalry was the best in the world. (10)
  • Sweethearts stand in affectionate attitude, mightily pleased and unsuspecting, while he pretends to impress their likeness upon photographic plates. (21)
  • There cannot be a more gentle, affectionate heart; or more obliging manners, when acting without restraint; and her little cousins are all very fond of her. (4)
  • He was too diffident to do justice to himself; but when his natural shyness was overcome, his behaviour gave every indication of an open, affectionate heart. (4)
  • The money therefore which Eleanor had advanced was enclosed with little more than grateful thanks, and the thousand good wishes of a most affectionate heart. (4)

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