Synonym: chemical attraction, kinship, phylogenetic relation. Similar words: definitely, definition, finite element, finish up, unity, in itself, initial, initially. Meaning: [ə'fɪnətɪ] n. 1. the force attracting atoms to each other and binding them together in a molecule 2. (immunology) the attraction between an antigen and an antibody 3. (anthropology) kinship by marriage or adoption; not a blood relationship 4. (biology) state of relationship between organisms or groups of organisms resulting in resemblance in structure or structural parts 5. a close connection marked by community of interests or similarity in nature or character 6. inherent resemblance between persons or things 7. a natural attraction or feeling of kinship.
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1 He has an affinity for fine food.
2 There is close affinity between Italian and Spanish.
3 She seems to have a natural affinity for/with water.
4 I felt a great affinity with the people of the Highlands.
5 He has a natural affinity with numbers.
6 She feels a strong affinity for him.
7 Humans have a special affinity for dolphins.
8 Many girls do show an affinity for craft skills.
9 The film doesn't have much affinity with the book.
10 In his poems he showed some affinity with Coleridge.
11 They share a special affinity.
12 He felt a strong affinity to the Russian girl.
13 Peter has a special affinity for booze.
14 English has a close affinity to French.
15 She has a strong affinity for Beethoven.
16 There is a close affinity between these two species.
17 Italian has a close affinity to French.
18 There is a close affinity between Italian and Spanish.
19 Jo feels a great affinity towards Pamela.
20 A house design should have some affinity with the surrounding architecture.
21 It's important that you share an affinity with your husband.
22 He has a close affinity with the landscape he knew when he was growing up.
23 You can see the affinity in appearance between mother and daughter.
24 Hawtrey, then,(www.Sentencedict.com) showed some affinity with Keynes.
25 This has some affinity with the Marxist position.
26 They may not have an affinity for that.
27 Perhaps they feel an affinity with its ghosts.
28 She did, however, have an affinity with Pinter.
29 Sam was born in the country and had a deep affinity with nature.
30 He was not an impartial witness because of his affinity with the accused.
More similar words: definitely, definition, finite element, finish up, unity, in itself, initial, initially, initiate, finish with, community, initiative, opportunity, staff, affair, affect, baffled, afford to, affable, can afford, office, find, fine, officer, official, finally, find out, define, finger, efficacy.