Affectionately [adverb]

Definition of Affectionately:

with compassion

Opposite/Antonyms of Affectionately:

Sentence/Example of Affectionately:

Here the speaker, putting her hand before her mouth, coughed again, and looked affectionately at the elder Mr. Weller.

The mistress of the house affectionately inquired if she felt equal to a short conversation.

He inclosed a check to his mother, and hoped she would affectionately remember him to all his friends.

Then they felt strengthened in prayer, and smiling affectionately at each other, would depart to their homes, greatly comforted.

No, said the old lady; I will tell her that, and pressing her sons hand affectionately, she hastened from the room.

"You are making yourself out more dull than you are," said Margaret affectionately.

"I shall when I am there, my dear," said the doctor affectionately, putting his arm around her as she stood by him.

Julian introduced them to Mrs Home, and Kennedy kissed affectionately the hand of his future mother.

"Not any sweeter than you do in that white," tossed back Genevieve, affectionately.

When I stopped, he would roll back with a grunt of profound satisfaction, bat one eye at me affectionately, and go to sleep again.