We have no meanings for "warm affections" in our records yet.
And yet the warm affections of the heart were not all dead.
Mr. Gallilee had warm affections, which, being stimulated, could at least assert themselves.
We speak of 'the flame of love,' of ' warm affections,' and the like.
He is an unpolished person, but possessed of warm affections.
Must this conscious being cease-thisreasoning, thinking power, and these warm affections, their delightful movements?
Thou livest in the warm affections of thy nobles, and in the pure regard of all thy numerous subjects.
The man has warm affections at the bottom, though he has a most uncouth manner of making it known.
She took a pleasure in filling it with idealised heads, of which the originals had place in her own warm affections.
Do not imagine, Fausta, that conversations like this have the least effect to chill the warm affections of Portia towards us both.
With strong unconventionality and a somewhat abrupt manner, he was genial and kindly in his feelings, with warm affections and great companionability.
There is such a quantity of truth and kindliness and warm affections, that a man's heart opens to him, in spite of himself.
She had every splendid gift that Nature could lavish-surpassingphysical beauty, a matchless voice, energy of spirit, sweetness of temper, and warm affections.
More painful doubts, and further enquiries: Unexpected encouragement and warm affections from a character before supposed to be too cold: Hope strengthened and confirmed
Why have I been born with all these warm affections,-theseardent longings after what is good, if they lead only to sorrow and disappointment?
They might be dull and suspicious in the mass, but she found so much patience, unselfishness, so many people of good hearts and warm affections.
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Warm affections across language varieties