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the condition of being closely tied to another by affection or faith

a complex and usually strong subjective response, such as love or hate

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A Model T Ford, affectionally known as the Tin Lizzie Suffragettes fought for women's right to vote Winston Churchill, left of the two top-hatted men, looks on during the Sidney Street siege in London HMS Antrim in the Mersey during the Great Strike, August, 1911 Picture: MARITIME MUSEUM
Alfie", as he's affectionally known by rugby supporters, hit the headlines when he revealed he was gay.
His loyalists claim that he was bypassed as chairman of the PLO by Abbas and affectionally call him 'Mr President', a title that symbolically challenges the authority of Abbas.
A rider for 25 years she admits it was her five-year-old Whisper Tetti - or Archie as he is affectionally known - who has given her a new lease of life after she was diagnosed with a number of medical problems.
You headed straight for Hall 10, home of what I affectionally call the Asian Ghetto.
Liverpool Cathedral is the largest Anglican cathedral in Britain and the fifth largest in the world while its its neighbour is the Metropolitan Cathedral is affectionally known locally as 'Paddy's wigwam' because of its largely Irish Catholic congregation and its resemblance to a native American teepee.
He spoke so rarely, players affectionally called him ``Gabby.
Not surprisingly, Myrddin Lloyd Thomas became affectionally known by the familiar term often given to his countrymen.
She went public for the first time about her on-off affair with the former Fianna Gael leader, who she affectionally calls "Sweetie".