Or as Jon Goldwater, publisher and co-CEO of Archie Comics, affectionately calls him, “Archie West.”
These physical traits signal a woman who is “protective of her family” and also “affectionately sexual.”
Disraeli affectionately (and with irreverence that shocked everyone but la reine) referred to Victoria as the "Faery Queen."
A liberal's conception of tolerance presupposes what we once affectionately called "the Enlightenment."
He also worked his tail off and never forgot his constituents, whom he affectionately called “the home folks.”
We turned to the right and I took James affectionately by the arm.
She put her arms about her neck, and affectionately inquired the cause of her distress.
Uarda wept aloud; Nefert put her arm around her affectionately.
"I couldn't be sad for long with you about, Emma," she said affectionately.
She was speaking tenderly, affectionately, as if in motherly counsel to a son in danger of going wrong.