Examples of fondly in a Sentence
She remembers their time together fondly.
Recent Examples of fondly from the Web
Councilwoman Kathleen Peele remembered Zriny fondly.
Before taking the dogs outside, Stahl, who was convicted of murder, spoke fondly of Howie's less-rambunctious side.
Older, conservative South Koreans, who remembered the dictatorship of Park's father fondly as a period of strength for the country, were her electoral base and a common sight throughout the impeachment process.
Many in northern Minnesota still speak fondly about the Democrats in their own congressional delegation, and plenty have criticisms of the president’s Twitter habit and of Republican attitudes toward labor unions.
DiFerdinando fondly remembers a challenge in Waters’ class when students were tasked with selling Under Armour T-shirts.
Garita, a native of Puebla, Mexico, first made his bones in the Italian kitchen of the now-shuttered but still fondly remembered Il Posto Ristorante in Southfield.
Shoppers at the Totowa Toys R Us speak fondly of the store March 14, 2018.
Another Mercury News piece, also published Saturday, speaks fondly of Sutter's Fort.
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First Known Use of fondly
FONDLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fondly for English Language Learners
: in a loving way
: in a hopeful but not reasonable way
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