Definition of affinity
a spontaneous or natural liking or sympathy for someone or something.
They have a natural affinity with traditional country music which is the kind I do in my show.
Example of affinity
a building with no affinity to contemporary architectural styles
Across the continent there were marked continuities in physical characteristics and cultural features, and many linkages based on relations of kinship, affinity , exchange, and religion.
All investigated specimens show a remarkable affinity to D. (A.) tyrolensis.
As you say, you have no experience, but I have seen you with William and you appear to have a natural affinity with children.
Besides the long-range interactions it makes with neighboring protease residues, the binding affinity of a peptide also depends on its own conformation.
Early Carboniferous coral faunas of the block have a strong Eurasian affinity , with two recognized coral faunas from two ecological facies having been recognized.
He also suggested that Polyzoniida may have a closer affinity to Glomeridesmida than to the other colobognath taxa.
he had a special affinity with horses
he has an affinity for the music of Berlioz
He showed a special affinity for the understanding and performance of the music of Rachmaninoff.