Common misspellings for affection:
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Definition of affection:
- feeling or emotion. Mention is made of " vile affections" ( Romans 1:26 ) and " inordinate affection" ( Colossians 3:5 ). Christians are exhorted to set their affections on things above ( Colossians 3:2 ). There is a distinction between natural and spiritual or gracious affections ( Ezekiel 33:32 ).
- A settled good will; kind feeling; love; zealous or tender attachment; -- often in the pl. Formerly followed by to, but now more generally by for or towards; as, filial, social, or conjugal affections; to have an affection for or towards children.
- The making over, pawning, or mortgaging a thing to assure the payment of a sum of money, or the discharge of some other duty or service. Crabb, Technol. Diet.
- An attribute; a quality or property; a condition; a bodily state; as, figure, weight, etc. , are affections of bodies.
- Bent of mind; a feeling or natural impulse or natural impulse acting upon and swaying the mind; any emotion; as, the benevolent affections, esteem, gratitude, etc.; the malevolent affections, hatred, envy, etc.; inclination; disposition; propensity; tendency.
- Prejudice; bias.
- Disease; morbid symptom; malady; as, a pulmonary affection.
- The lively representation of any emotion.
- Passion; violent emotion.
- A settled good will; kind feeling; love; zealous or tender attachment; - often in the pl. Formerly followed by to, but now more generally by for or towards; as, filial, social, or conjugal affections; to have an affection for or towards children.
- The state of having the feelings touched or excited; attachment; fondness; disease.
- 1. Feeling, love. 2. An abnormal condition of body or mind, disease.
- Kindness or love: attachment: an attribue or property.
- Love; fondness; disease.
- The act of influencing, or state of being influenced; state of mind or body; disease.
- Strong and tender attachment; love.
- The state of being affected, generally in one's feelings; feeling; disposition; inclination; attachment; kindness; fondness; love; an attribute, quality, or property; a disease, or any particular morbid state of the body.
- Love for; attachment to; kindly feeling towards.