What is another word for affectionateness?

Pronunciation: [ɐfˈɛkʃənətnəs] (IPA)

Affectionateness is a term used to describe the act of showing love and tenderness to someone or something. Some synonyms for this word include fondness, warmth, tenderness, lovingness, kindness, attachment, sentimentality, and caring. These words are all used to describe the same emotion of love, but are used in different contexts depending on the situation. For example, one might feel a fondness towards a friend, whereas they may feel a deep attachment to their spouse. Similarly, one may feel sentimental towards a cherished memory, while showing warmth and kindness towards their pet. Regardless of the specific synonym used, all describe the same emotion of showing love and affection towards someone or something.

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What are the hypernyms for Affectionateness?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Affectionateness?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

Usage examples for Affectionateness

We recognise in it her mental acuteness, her clinging affectionateness, her ambition, her outlook beyond the present, her religious and moral preoccupations, even her genius is not so much omitted as left in an undeveloped, rudimentary state.
"George Eliot"
Mathilde Blind
We may not ask Mr. Ferguson to dinner-he would find little to say to University dons; and as for his wife"-she could not forbear a secret smile at the thought of the poor dear woman, with her voluble affectionateness and her gowns of all colors, beside the stately, frigid, perfectly dressed, and unexceptionably-mannered Miss Gascoigne-"whether or not Mrs. Ferguson is invited to the series of parties that you are planning, I shall go and see her, and she shall come to see me, as often as ever I please."
"Christian's Mistake"
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
Before she had time to think or say anything more, he began to tell about his home, his brothers and sisters, and their industry, affectionateness, and cheerfulness; about the poverty they had raised themselves from; about the tourists who came and all the work they gave; about the house, and especially about the new one he would now build for her and himself.
"The Bridal March; One Day"
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson

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