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  • s  befitting a daughter
    daughterly affection

  • Cruz's trust seems daughterly, but, insists the director, who is 57, with a shock of gray hair, "I don't like when she looks at me like a paternal figure.
  • Separated by an ocean from her only child, she has no one to provide the solace and daughterly ministrations she longs for.
  • Mary could not bring herself to call Lou Grant by his first name; a daughterly side of her character would not permit it.

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