A tender experience toward another; fondness. See Synonyms at love.
Feeling or feeling. Usually found in the plural: an unbalanced condition of affections.
A disposition to feel, do, or say; a propensity.
Obsolete Prejudice; partiality.
The act of impacting or acting upon.
their state of being affected.
An attribute; a quality or property; an ailment; a bodily condition; as, figure, body weight, etc., tend to be affections of figures.
Bent of mind; a feeling or normal impulse or natural impulse acting upon and swaying your head; any feeling; since, the benevolent affections, esteem, gratitude, etc.; the malevolent affections, hatred, jealousy, etc.; tendency; personality; propensity; tendency.
Kind feeling; love; zealous or tender accessory; settled good will.
condition; morbid symptom; malady; since, a pulmonary love. --Dunglison.
The work of impacting or acting upon; their state of being impacted.
An attribute; a good or home; an ailment; a bodily condition.
Bent of brain; a feeling or normal impulse or normal impulse acting upon and swaying your head; any emotion; ; desire; personality; tendency; propensity.
A settled great might; type sensation; love; zealous or tender attachment; -- usually inside pl. Formerly followed by to, nevertheless now more generally speaking by for or towards
illness; morbid symptom; malady.
The lively representation of every emotion.
Passion; violent feeling.
hawaii of having one's emotions impacted; bent or personality of head; period of mental disposition; sensation.
A settled good will, love, or zealous accessory: because, the love of a parent for their child: generally accompanied by for, occasionally by to or toward, prior to the object.
Natural impulse or impulse; sympathy.
an adjustment; the effect or consequence of action upon something; especially, in therapy, a passive adjustment of consciousness.
In metaphysics (interpretation of Gr. πάθος, suffering), among those attributes of bodies wherein they directly affect the sensory faculties: usually incorrectly extended with other properties of bodies.
an illness, or perhaps the problem of being diseased; a morbid or abnormal state of body or brain: since, a gouty love; hysteric love.
In painting, a lively representation of enthusiasm. Wotton.
Synonyms Attachment, Fondness, an such like. (identify love), pain, partiality, prejudice. See enthusiasm.
In current psychol., the elementary feeling-process; the pure or qualitatively easy feeliug, which there is absolutely no admixture of feeling. Look at extract.
In trigonometry, reference to .
In law, the making over, pawning, or mortgaging of anything to assure the payment of a sum of income or even the release of some other responsibility or service.