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Dérivé de affectional avec le suffixe adverbial -ly.

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affectionally \Prononciation ?\

  1. D’une manière affective, affectivement.
    • Boys who are affectionally close to their mothers and girls who are unually close to their fathers during the years from four to seven tend to be more creative than others of similar ability. — (John Curtis Gowan, Development of the Creative Individual, p. 55. R. R. Knapp Publishers, 1972.)
    • A person with several siblings might have an affectionally bonded relationship with one or more of them and casual relationships with the others (...) — (James E. Birren et Judy Livingston, Cognition, Stress, and Aging, p. 73. Prentice-Hall publishers, coll. « ANI series on aging » n° 1, 1985.)
  2. D’une manière familière, familièrement.

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