Affinity

usgb/əˈfɪnəti/Volume
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Emotional ConnectionPlay
Use 'affinity' to express a deep emotional connection, not just a casual interest. SlideEver since she was a child, Rebecca has had a great affinity for the piano.
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Positive FeelingPlay
'Affinity' carries a positive tone, suggesting a sense of enjoyment or kinship with the subject. SlideHe felt an immediate affinity with the new staff, making his transition easier.
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Shared InterestsPlay
People or groups with an 'affinity' often share common interests or goals. SlideThe book club members have an affinity for classic literature.