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Examples of 'Affect' in a Sentence


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  • Its ruin may in some cases be unknown to him, and cannot directly affect him.
  • Ghosts don't affect typewriters.
  • My silence or my speech could no longer affect Harry Rayburn.
  • "But why should this affect you?"
  • I sincerely trust that nothing in these papers will at all affect your equanimity.
  • "But that does not affect the son."
  • How does this misfortune affect you?
  • "Would her death affect anyone's interest?"

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  • But it seems that it is intended to affect me personally.
  • "It has not been tested--you do not know how it will affect your people--"
  • My wishes do not seem to affect you much.
  • He was a man whom wine did not often affect after that fashion.
  • But Madame Melmotte was neither crushed by grief nor did she affect to be so crushed.
  • But these considerations did not affect Mrs. Baines's attitude of disapproval.
  • Let the whole incident be a sealed book, and do not allow it to affect your life.
  • "Martha tells me that it does affect some persons," said the girl.
  • It didn't affect your appetite?
  • Weather affects Mrs. Rouncewell little.
  • I know of nothing I reserve that can affect your son.
  • Now, I don't care a button what you do to me, because I don't affect to be anybody.
  • It would affect my daughter greatly, sir, if she heard it.
  • Nor do I particularly affect simple-minded old ladies.
  • Not enough to affect a tape, but enough, I hope, to affect you.
  • The thoughts of a cab-driver, however just, seldom affect the lives of his employers.
  • As if human agency could affect this colossal power!
  • I then presented an appearance enough to affect any but a heart of iron.
  • I will not affect to deny that you are under some obligation to me.
  • 'I don't let it affect me much,' said Milvain.
  • Whether you were right or wrong doesn't affect what I say.'
  • You yourself do, though you affect this profane way of speaking.
  • But how do you think this change will affect my behaviour to you?
  • Whether this will in any way affect your own position I don't know.
  • 'I should say,' put in Amy, 'that it affects every function of the brain.
  • He had no idea the poor fellow was dead, and the news seemed really to affect him.
  • And would any fire at all perhaps make it dangerous and affect the fire-insurance?
  • Well, it would affect the rainfall.
  • It might even disastrously affect the market as a whole.
  • "Now, what affects it?"
  • For the first time I realised how the lateness of the hour might affect me.
  • Why, my dear friend, should you allow this event thus to affect you?
  • To affect the quality of the day, that is the highest of arts.
  • Sure the remembrance must affect you.
  • Containing some matters which may affect, and others which may surprize, the reader.
  • It affects her imagination.
  • It seemed as if fatigue could not affect him.
  • But it was not the policy of Hawkeye to affect the least concealment.
  • Harriet, I will not affect to be in doubt of your meaning.
  • How it would affect Frank was among the earliest thoughts of both.
  • Whose views might it not affect?
  • How can it affect them?
  • How do you affect it?
  • Do we affect fashion in the grave?
  • She could not conceive how it could affect her position, for instance.
  • Levin felt so resolute and serene that no answer, he fancied, could affect him.
  • "But for God's sake, be careful, you know how it may affect your mamma."
  • They affect us just as vulgarity affects us.
  • In themselves, they don't affect the course of the war.
  • Every decent and well-spoken individual affects and sways me more than is right.
  • I affect to be intoxicated with sights and suggestions, but I am not intoxicated.
  • Her mother affects severity to her.
  • People I have heard you say, who affect secrets, always excite curiosity.
  • Her personal appearance did not affect him one way or the other.
  • No dismissal by a hasty letter affects that.
  • The audacity of a fine death always affects men.
  • Did it affect you because I heard you singing through the shutters?
  • It doesn't affect the picture.
  • I cannot affect to hide from you what my sister has unconsciously shown to me.
  • Her illness or estrangement did not affect Amelia.
  • Did these debt-difficulties affect Rawdon's good spirits?
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