affection

Affection vs Affirm - What's the difference?

affection | affirm |


As verbs the difference between affection and affirm

is that affection is to feel an , emotion or love for while affirm is to agree, verify or concur; to answer positively.

As a noun affection

is the act of affecting or acting upon.

Affection vs Afair - What's the difference?

affection | afair |


As a noun affection

is the act of affecting or acting upon.

As a verb affection

is to feel an , emotion or love for.

As a phrase afair is

(internet slang) as far as i remember or recall.

Affection vs Benevolent - What's the difference?

affection | benevolent |


As a noun affection

is the act of affecting or acting upon.

As a verb affection

is to feel an , emotion or love for.

As an adjective benevolent is

having a disposition to do good.

Caress vs Affection - What's the difference?

caress | affection |


As nouns the difference between caress and affection

is that caress is an act of endearment; any act or expression of affection; an embracing, or touching, with tenderness while affection is the act of affecting or acting upon.

As verbs the difference between caress and affection

is that caress is to touch or kiss lovingly; to fondle while affection is to feel an , emotion or love for.

Affection vs Compass - What's the difference?

affection | compass |


As nouns the difference between affection and compass

is that affection is the act of affecting or acting upon while compass is a magnetic or electronic device used to determine the cardinal directions (usually magnetic or true north).

As verbs the difference between affection and compass

is that affection is to feel an , emotion or love for while compass is to surround; to encircle; to environ; to stretch round.

As an adverb compass is

(obsolete) in a circuit; round about.

Affection vs Fonding - What's the difference?

affection | fonding |


As verbs the difference between affection and fonding

is that affection is to feel an , emotion or love for while fonding is .

As a noun affection

is the act of affecting or acting upon.

Inclination vs Affection - What's the difference?

inclination | affection |


As nouns the difference between inclination and affection

is that inclination is a physical tilt or bend while affection is the act of affecting or acting upon.

As a verb affection is

to feel an , emotion or love for.

Eroticism vs Affection - What's the difference?

eroticism | affection |


As nouns the difference between eroticism and affection

is that eroticism is the state of being erotic, or of being sexually aroused while affection is the act of affecting or acting upon.

As a verb affection is

to feel an , emotion or love for.

Affection vs Mood - What's the difference?

affection | mood |


As a noun affection

is the act of affecting or acting upon.

As a verb affection

is to feel an , emotion or love for.

As an adjective mood is

tired.

Flattery vs Affection - What's the difference?

flattery | affection |


As nouns the difference between flattery and affection

is that flattery is (uncountable) excessive praise or approval, which is often insincere and sometimes contrived to win favour while affection is the act of affecting or acting upon.

As a verb affection is

to feel an , emotion or love for.

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