affection (n.)
affectation, posing, artificiality
Ham II.ii.442[Hamlet to First Player] no matter in the phrase that might indict the author of affection [Q2; F affectation]
LLL V.i.4[Nathaniel to Holofernes] Your reasons at dinner have been ... witty without affection
LLL V.ii.407[Berowne to Rosaline] spruce affection, / Figures pedantical
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