Examples of affectionate in a Sentence
an affectionate child who gives hugs and kisses freely
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FACEBOOK TWITTER EMAIL ME PRINT COMMENTS Jennifer M. Kroot's affectionate portrait traces the author's evolution from proud son of Southern conservatives to chronicler of alternative San Francisco through the 1970s and '80s.
But one aspect of Demme’s career that has been relatively overlooked is his work in documentary, including this affectionate profile of his cousin, an idealistic Episcopalian pastor in Harlem.
Pearl says Joey climbed onto his shoulder for an affectionate goodbye earlier in June 2017, then scampered up a backyard apple tree at his Meridian home and hasn’t been seen since.
Her trainers hope this adorable, intelligent and affectionate dog (who loves cheddar cheese!) finds a home soon, and that Blue’s smarts show potential adopters that deaf dogs are capable of just about anything.
Wishing for more Glenn told me that his dad became less outwardly affectionate toward him once Glenn became a teenager.
Indeed, many men do successfully become more verbally affectionate with their fathers or their sons.
There are affectionate comments about Michael Jackson written in marker, White Out and pen on the black metal fence surrounding the property.
Classic tunes will fill Canterbury Theatre in an affectionate parody of Up with People, the conservative musical organization that toured high school and college campuses during the 1960s and 1970s.
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AFFECTIONATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of affectionate for English Language Learners
: feeling or showing love and affection
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