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Meanings of Afars:

noun

A member of a people living in djibouti, eritrea, and ethiopia.

Usage examples:

There are two major ethnic groups in djibouti, the afars (sometimes also called the danakil) and th…
adverb

At or to a distance.

Usage examples:

For months he had loved her from afar
adjective

Relating to the afar or their language.

Usage examples:

Bribing his way by caravan over the wastelands of the afar province, he is not amused by the locals.

Meanings of Afear:

verb

To frighten, terrify; to make afraid.

Meanings of Afeard:

adjective

Afraid.

Usage examples:

The point is he was big and mean and everyone was afeared of him.

Meanings of Afeared:

adjective

Afraid.

Usage examples:

The point is he was big and mean and everyone was afeared of him.

Meanings of Afebrile:

adjective

Not feverish.

Usage examples:

Physical examination revealed an afebrile woman in no acute distress.

Meanings of Afer:

noun

The wind that blows from the south-west, especially considered as originating in africa.

Meanings of Affability:

noun

The quality of having a friendly and good-natured manner.

Usage examples:

An air of benign affability

Meanings of Affable:

adjective

Friendly, good-natured, or easy to talk to.

Usage examples:

An affable and agreeable companion

Meanings of Affableness:

noun

Affability.

Meanings of Affably:

adverb

In a friendly way

Usage examples:

He greeted us affably., we chatted affably for a few minutes.

Meanings of Affair:

noun

An event or sequence of events of a specified kind or that has previously been referred to.

Usage examples:

The board admitted responsibility for the affair

Meanings of Affaire:

noun

A love affair.

Usage examples:

In libya, people put ice in their drinks, had houseboys and conducted affaires.
adjective

Busy; involved.

Usage examples:

Much later he passed again and casually left a loaf of bread inside the barn door, stayed not for i…

Meanings of Affaires:

noun

A love affair.

Usage examples:

In libya, people put ice in their drinks, had houseboys and conducted affaires.
adjective

Busy; involved.

Usage examples:

Much later he passed again and casually left a loaf of bread inside the barn door, stayed not for i…

Meanings of Affairs:

noun

An event or sequence of events of a specified kind or that has previously been referred to.

Usage examples:

The board admitted responsibility for the affair

Affairs-of-state

əˌfeəz əv ˈsteɪt

Meanings of Affairs-of-state:

plural noun

Matters that the government of a country deals with

Meanings of Affect:

verb

Have an effect on; make a difference to.

Usage examples:

The dampness began to affect my health
noun

Emotion or desire as influencing behaviour.

Usage examples:

By triggering affect and emotion, intolerant behaviors are set in motion.

Meanings of Affectability:

noun

The capacity to be affected or influenced; especially susceptibility to physical or emotional stimuli.

Meanings of Affectable:

adjective

= affectible .

Meanings of Affectation:

noun

Behaviour, speech, or writing that is pretentious and designed to impress.

Usage examples:

The affectation of a man who measures every word for effect

Meanings of Affectationist:

noun

A person who indulges in affectation or artificiality.

Meanings of Affectations:

noun

Behaviour, speech, or writing that is pretentious and designed to impress.

Usage examples:

The affectation of a man who measures every word for effect

Meanings of Affected:

adjective

Influenced or touched by an external factor.

Usage examples:

Affected areas
verb

Have an effect on; make a difference to.

Usage examples:

The dampness began to affect my health

Meanings of Affectedly:

adverb

In a way that is artificial, pretentious, and designed to impress.

Usage examples:

An affectedly modest appraisal of his own efforts

Meanings of Affectedness:

noun

The character or quality of being affected or pretentious.

Usage examples:

Her lack of affectedness

Meanings of Affecter:

noun

A person who displays a (real or pretended) predilection for something; a professed adherent or practitioner (of).

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