One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It was affectingly acted, beautifully designed, and, for lack of a better word, crunchy.’
- ‘It's a quiet story, affectingly intimate, dealing as it does with family, pride, roots and humility.’
- ‘At her best, she's affectingly funny; at her worst, she's alienatingly self-conscious.’
- ‘They now have a most unusual friendship and she speaks affectingly of his story as a peculiarly American tragedy.’
- ‘Though the scenario is murky, several of the main characters are affectingly portrayed.’
- ‘And so I complete what I affectingly refer to as my ‘pop trilogy’ reviews.’
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