affined

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  • Strange that these two hearts so thoroughly affined should be so misjudging each of the other! Cited from The Dictator, by Justin McCarthy
  • Oleh drew attention to the team with a specific philosophy - Black September, found a common music language and affined music tastes, he began to work with it.
  • This technology produced extremely high-resolution images by using special cameras and was particularly popular with the technology-affined customers from the US and Japan who tended to order numerous classical recordings.
  • Day by day I had come to realise how closely, though the main current of my blood was English, I was affined to the strange and mysterious people among whom I was now thrown -- the only people in these islands, as it seemed to me, who would be able to understand a love-passion like mine. Cited from Aylwin, by Theodore Watts-Dunton
  • For him who doomed you to journey hence Carlemagne's self shall be scant defence; Foul was the thought in Count Roland's mind, When you and he are so high affined. Cited from The Harvard Classics, Vol. 49, Epic and Saga, Ed. by Charles W. Eliot
  • Is there, then, any explanation of that vision more rational than that the spirit thus closely affined with my own was enabled, through its innate potencies, or through some agency of which we are ignorant, to impress upon my bodily perceptions its uncontrollable emotions? Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 10, No. 57, Jul, 1862
  • I'm not affined Or favored overmuch at Monticello, But there's a mighty swarming of new bees About the premises, and all have wings. Cited from The Three Taverns, by Edwin Arlington Robinson
  • It is still an open question whether the Tupis and Guaranis who inhabit the vast region between the Amazon and the Pampas of Buenos Ayres are affined to them. Cited from The Myths of the New World, by Daniel G. Brinton
  • Shooting someone nearly dead in Afghanistan, then taking her to U.S. military base Bagram Airfield to repair her, then forcibly abducting her to the United States of America looks affined to illegal extradition, her current defense attorney, Tina M. Foster, said.
  • Jankowski was one of nearly all the university professors of philosophy in Poland before the November 1830-31 Uprising who held a position that shunned both Positivism and metaphysical speculation, affined to the Scottish philosophers but linked in certain respects to Kantian critique.
  • Szyrma was one of nearly all the university professors of philosophy in Poland before the November 1830-31 Uprising who held a position that shunned both Positivism and metaphysical speculation, affined to the Scottish philosophers but linked in certain respects to Kantian critique.
  • Zabellewicz was one of nearly all the university professors of philosophy in Poland before the November 1830-31 Uprising who held a position that shunned both Positivism and metaphysical speculation, affined to the Scottish philosophers but linked in certain respects to Kantian critique.