Definition of 'affairs'
Example sentences containing 'affairs'
But now the people are taking charge of their own affairs, through the revolutionary structures and the mass organizations.DESPERADOES (2001)
Were it not for the vast number of horses here, many of the camp's fires would be sorry affairs indeed.TREASON KEEP (2001)
He hadn't travelled far in love himself and was still curious about everything to do with affairs of the heart.A DEAD LIBERTY (2001)
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