fondness

[ fond-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF fondness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FONDNESS

She had a fondness and admiration for this child and her audacity.

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

For once, he had expressed that fondness in a primitive fashion, and he was glad.

Sia looked steadily at the girl, and a fondness for her grew in his heart.

And the Jews, when they left Egypt, looked back with fondness to these delicacies.

His dislike of purple and fondness for the opposition of yellow and black.

It was at that period you told me all that nonsense about your fondness for your creations.

And at the same time their fondness for money makes them unwilling to pay taxes.

Pride rose to support the fondness and the admiration she had felt for him.

I believe it arises very much from a fondness for the weapon.

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