Adjectives for Affinities | Words to describe Affinities

Mutual
Many
Definite
Marked
Chemical
Obvious
Semitic
Proper
Inherent

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  • 1. With him as with Gluck, with whom he had so many affinities, a short life would have been fatal to renown. 🔊
  • 2. With three of the artists mentioned in this and the preceding paper, he has obvious affinities, while, in a sense, he includes them all. 🔊
  • 3. David de Coninck (1636-87), who had many affinities with Fyt, also painted landscapes, animals, and birds. 🔊
  • 4. Still he regards the Magyar and Finnic languages as having greater mutual affinities than the others, though not to such a degree that one of these races of men can be supposed to be derived from the other. 🔊
  • 5. With the superb poses of a trained athlete, the Nude swings a fowl by the neck, and shortly it is plucked and potted, together with certain vegetables of the proper affinities. 🔊
  • 6. A number of tablets have been found in Cappadocia of the time of the Second Dynasty of Ur which show marked affinities with Assyria. 🔊
  • 7. So far as we know, its size, its weight, its capacity for vibration or rotation, and its inherent affinities, remain absolutely unchanged throughout all these varying fortunes of position and association. 🔊
  • 8. M. Maspero conceives, once more, that the Egyptians were "proto-Semitic," ethnologically related to the people of Eastern Asia, and the grammar of their language has Semitic affinities. 🔊

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