Examples of fondness in a Sentence
my fondness for you will never fail
I have a fondness for expensive chocolate.
Recent Examples of fondness from the Web
In sticking with 10 teams, for the time being, Ackerman emphasized the league's fondness for the double-round-robin regular season format that allows for home-and-home series for each team.
West Virginia voters may have fondness for right-wing rhetoric, social conservatism, and Donald Trump.
Consumers, readier to pay more for experiences rather than just products, show an ever-growing fondness for pricey shots of strong coffee, especially those squirted via plastic pods.
Also his fondness for a creative piece of headgear (Cromwellian berets in pastel fur), fringe and crystalline evening wear.
Meanwhile, there was the U.S. Skiing medals have been rare for the U.S., but they are remembered with a fondness out of proportion to their quantity.
Being a devoted Jimi Hendrix fan, this revelation incited a growing fondness for his instrument.
The house’s music room, an add-on to the original 1924 house and where Eddie Fadal and Presley listened to records, no longer is painted pink and black, as Presley knew it, but reflects the two men’s fondness for gadgets.
Houston has an intense and growing fondness for Vietnamese-style Cajun crawfish, often coated with lip-smacking spices that ramp up the heat.
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