lovingness


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Synonyms for lovingness

a loving feeling

Synonyms

a quality proceeding from feelings of affection or love

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In particular we have argued that the InTASC context of The Learner and Learning is explicitly connected to Freire's ideas of choice and lovingness, where the teacher recognizes that students are subjects, not objects, and are accepted for who they are and what they have to offer.
He thanked friends on Facebook for "their lovingness and sheer selflessness during this time".
Elias enjoyed his work and family and will be missed for his warmth and lovingness by all who knew him.
Still I do fancy that Coleridge meant something more by "the woman" than you recognize in the gentleness & courtesy & lovingness of your sportsmen & country gentlemen.
I have studied the remnants of this culture across the Third World, from West Bengal to Papua New Guinea, and marvelled at the lovingness of the parents and the aliveness of the children.
The teacher who walks in the shadow of the temple, among his followers, gives not his wisdom but rather his faith and his lovingness.
Apes are very human-like with their expressions and their gentleness and lovingness.
As people get older, sex changes - the lovingness, closeness, touching and so on becomes more important," says Miriam.
The fun lovingness of the show was emphasised by Pete.
Following Sieving and colleagues, (28) we used five survey items to measure maternal connectedness with a five-point Likert scale: the respondent's perceptions of her mother's warmth and lovingness, communication, encouragement of independence and assistance in understanding consequences of actions, and the respondent's overall satisfaction with the quality of the relationship (Cronbach alpha-0.