Antonyms for fonder

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I am fonder of you than any other man I know, but it is the fondness of long friendship.

It's fonder she was of Michael, and would any one have thought that?

They were not fonder of the lock-up than are most boys who deserve that punishment.

One young lady declared that she was fonder of music than anything in the world.

There is nothing I am fonder of—— Sometimes I tickle the soles of my feet with it.

"You seem to be fonder of me than you were a while ago," observed the jelly-fish, dryly.

He who toils in it loves it with a fonder love than the great lord who owns it.

I've always been fonder of you than any of the others and I'm mighty fond of them.

She is fonder of me than ever; prest me to go with her to Maryland this Winter.

He was as fond of Czipra as he was of Melanie, and fonder of the boy than either.