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See definition of fondly on Dictionary.com
  • as indearly
  • as inlovingly
  • as intenderly

synonyms for fondly

  • affectionately
  • devotedly
  • tenderly
  • yearningly

antonyms for fondly

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  • hatefully
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      How to use fondly in a sentence

      As a teenager, I fondly remember showing my grandmother how to navigate YouTube, searching for old movie clips with her as she regaled me with tales of how she had seen them in her youth.
      SHE’S 90 AND ITALIAN. I’M IN MY 30S AND HALF INDIAN. HERE’S WHY WE’RE THE CLOSEST OF FRIENDS.RAJ TAWNEYJANUARY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
      Some of the students in attendance are still in touch with the nonprofit, and — given the Nintendo executive’s rock star status in the world of video games — remember the visit fondly.
      REGGIE FILS-AIMÉ SPENDS HIS RETIREMENT HELPING UNDERPRIVILEGED YOUTHSELISE FAVISJANUARY 7, 2021WASHINGTON POST
      That list includes some names that wouldn’t necessarily be remembered fondly around the campuses of their respective schools, such as Nebraska’s Bill Callahan, Ohio State’s John Cooper and Florida State’s Willie Taggart.
      HOW DO COLLEGE FOOTBALL DYNASTIES FALL?JAKE LOURIMNOVEMBER 25, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
      Outside of whatever impact these stances have on any community, donating to charity or sponsoring events is foremost about ensuring customers think fondly of your company.
      KFC IS PUTTING $6 MILLION TOWARD REDUCING INEQUALITY IN LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKYJAYA SAXENASEPTEMBER 3, 2020EATER
      This new two-part wedding has fondly been dubbed wedding part one and wedding part two by our Facebook Community.
      HOW TO UPDATE YOUR GUESTS ABOUT YOUR PANDEMIC WEDDING PLANSBROOKE HENDERSONAUGUST 29, 2020FORTUNE
      So the twain walked on very lovingly together, Dorothy gazing sadly and fondly at every well-known object in her path.
      THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
      Grace was sobbing hysterically, but Harriet, clasping her fondly in her arms, looked up at him.
      THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
      Those boxes, which she had fondly hoped would never again leave Hartledon, unless it might be for sojourns in Park Lane!
      ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
      "You have worked yourself up to a fine pass," said the doctor, patting the agitated girl fondly as she leaned against his knee.
      THE DAISY CHAINCHARLOTTE YONGE
      Another time, dear Johannes—(she smiles very fondly at him as she goes out)—another time you must tell me—all.
      FIRST PLAYSA. A. MILNE
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      OCTOBER 26, 1985
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      WORDS RELATED TO FONDLY

      • affectionately
      • devotedly
      • fondly
      • tenderly
      • yearningly
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