Simple past tense and past participle of affection. (verb)
feeling a certain affection for; so disposed (adjective)
affected, pompous (adjective)
obstinate, willful (adjective)
zealous, earnest (adjective)
Examples of word affectioned
In fact, Irish people are very nice, friendly and special people, affectioned towards their traditions and culture, and eager for conveying all this to the students in visit to their country.
Romans 12: 10 Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another;
And I (continued Ischomachus) was struck with admiration at her answer, and replied: â€œThink you, my wife, it is through some such traits of forethought seen in their mistress-leader that the hearts of bees are won, and they are so loyally affectioned towards her that, if ever she abandon her hive, not one of them will dream of being left behind; 149 but one and all must follow her.â€
Rom 12: 10 Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another;
He advanced towards me, correct, supple, hollow-eyed, and smiling; and as to his costume ready to go out except for the old shooting jacket which he must have affectioned particularly, for he never lost any time in getting into it at every opportunity.