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From Medieval Latin affectivus < Latin affectus, pp. of afficere (to affect)

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Affective (comparative more Affective, superlative most Affective)

Positive
Affective

Comparative
more Affective

Superlative
most Affective

  1. Relating to, resulting from, or influenced by the emotions.
  2. Emotional; emotionally charged.

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