She is sincere and quite without affectation.
The affectations in the way she speaks annoyed me.
He made an affectation of indifference.
Her posh accent is pure affectation.
He speaks with a British accent, but that is just an affectation because he’s not British.
No affectation of peculiarity can conceal a commonplace mind.
Good writing is often about letting go of fear and affectation.
You see, it's a learned affectation, but humility comes from inside out.
In this wonderful combination, his affectations of literature must not be omitted.
Now whether you look at this and think, " Oh, that's a charming urban affectation, "
It's an affectation, it's associated with a social elite - probably everybody does it to a degree or another.
Affectation itself, beginning with the need to define some sorts of writing as “good” and other sorts as “bad, ” is fearful behavior.
Uncle Henry liked Scarlett immediately because, he said, he could see that for all her silly affectations she had a few grains of sense.
She had even learnt to detect, in the very gentleness which had first delighted her, an affectation and a sameness to disgust and weary.
To spend too much time in studies is sloth; to use them too much for ornament, is affectation; to make jugment wholly by their rules, is the humour of a scholar.
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