from The Century Dictionary.
- In an affective manner; as regards the affections.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In an affective manner; impressively; emotionally.
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- adverb In an
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If this congress cannot govern affectively, which is what they are showing the American people everyday they try to pass any laws .... then I say THROW ALL THE BUMS OUT AND START FRESH!
We can't stimulate the economy anymore as affectively as we're used to.
Understanding the ethical and legal aspects of palliative care is an integral part of understanding how to affectively provide comprehensive palliative care to patients.
My first couple days turkey hunting I carried in a lot of gear, some I didn't even know how to use affectively, then I took a minimalist approach and walked out with my first turkey in my first year.
Well I guess you have to be native for that one to work affectively, I am so it works with whomever I tell it to! hehe.
I am wondering if there is a kind of continuum between “cool” and “sport”, whether cool is because of the extremity of the fighting (gloves? not cool) or because it is affectively driven by anti-authoritative sentiment (cops or gym coach teach us? not cool.)
If a neurochemical abnormality in "amnesiac" fruit flies affects their memories, then there's hope that the same neurochemical in humans could be targeted to affectively treat our own memory disorders.
Still breathing and conjuring my own “Calm Assertiveness” – though not affectively.
Naturally Barnes & Noble delivers by affectively canceling every single order of Bad Company due to their own apparent Price Mistake.
True the dollar will take a hit, but this will have its upside, the USA will affectively export a good chunk of its debt - e.g.,