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Meanings of Affines:

noun

A relative by marriage.

Usage examples:

They were sisters, mothers, daughters, affines, rather than simply women in groups.
adjective

Allowing for or preserving parallel relationships.

Usage examples:

Using parallelograms to define affine transformations may be a mixed blessing.

Meanings of Affinitative:

adjective

Characterized by affinity; of the nature of affinity. in later use: of or relating to affinity.

Meanings of Affinities:

noun

A natural liking for and understanding of someone or something.

Usage examples:

He had a special affinity with horses

Meanings of Affinition:

noun

The fact of having affinity with something; the formation or recognition of affinity with a person or thing; an instance of this.

Meanings of Affinitive:

noun

An affinity, relationship, or connection.

adjective

Characterized by affinity or mutual attraction.

Meanings of Affinity:

noun

A natural liking for and understanding of someone or something.

Usage examples:

He had a special affinity with horses

Meanings of Affirm:

verb

State emphatically or publicly.

Usage examples:

He affirmed the country's commitment to peace

Affirm-to

əˈfɜːm

Meanings of Affirm-to:

verb

To state something is true, or to state your support for an idea, opinion, etc.

Usage examples:

[ t ] applicants signed a form affirming their citizenship., [ + that clause ] these stories affirm…

Meanings of Affirmable:

adjective

Capable of being affirmed or asserted.

Meanings of Affirmably:

adverb

Positively; affirmatively.

Meanings of Affirmance:

noun

Confirmation, corroboration; an instance of this. frequently in "in affirmance" (of something).

Meanings of Affirmant:

noun

A person who affirms (something); a person who makes a statement or declaration.

adjective

That affirms something.

Meanings of Affirmation:

noun

The action or process of affirming something.

Usage examples:

He nodded in affirmation

Meanings of Affirmations:

noun

The action or process of affirming something.

Usage examples:

He nodded in affirmation

Meanings of Affirmative:

adjective

Agreeing with or consenting to a statement or request.

Usage examples:

An affirmative answer
noun

A statement of agreement with or consent to an assertion or request.

Usage examples:

He accepted her reply as an affirmative
exclamation

Expressing agreement with or consent to a statement or request; yes.

Usage examples:

‘affirmative, sir,’ responded the ship’s tactical officer.

Meanings of Affirmatively:

adverb

In a way that expresses approval or agreement.

Usage examples:

They asked him whether he would like the job and he replied affirmatively

Meanings of Affirmatives:

noun

A statement of agreement with or consent to an assertion or request.

Usage examples:

He accepted her reply as an affirmative
adjective

Agreeing with or consenting to a statement or request.

Usage examples:

An affirmative answer
exclamation

Expressing agreement with or consent to a statement or request; yes.

Usage examples:

‘affirmative, sir,’ responded the ship’s tactical officer.

Meanings of Affirmatory:

adjective

Agreeing with or confirming a statement.

Usage examples:

Affirmatory resolutions

Meanings of Affirmed:

verb

State emphatically or publicly.

Usage examples:

He affirmed the country's commitment to peace

Meanings of Affirming:

verb

State emphatically or publicly.

Usage examples:

He affirmed the country's commitment to peace

Meanings of Affirmingly:

adverb

In an affirming manner; positively; affirmatively.

Meanings of Affirms:

verb

State emphatically or publicly.

Usage examples:

He affirmed the country's commitment to peace

Meanings of Affix:

verb

Stick, attach, or fasten (something) to something else.

Usage examples:

Panels to which he affixes copies of fine old prints
noun

An addition to the base form or stem of a word in order to modify its meaning or create a new word.

Usage examples:

Languages that work like this, where whole phrases or clauses can be formed in one word by attachin…

Meanings of Affixable:

adjective

Capable of being affixed, attached, or fastened to something else.

Meanings of Affixal:

adjective

Designating an affix; relating to or involving an affix or affixes.

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