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
The ancient Danes’ waste had an abundance of DNA from hops, showing the people’s fondness for beer, whereas the samples from the Netherlands showed people there had a preference for wine.
In interviews, former employees speak with fondness about their time at Biogen, praising the company’s mission to apply cutting-edge science to serious disease.
The event’s success, coupled with the fondness that Rye’s founder and former executive chef, Tyler Morris, has for Russ & Daughters — the New York specialty foods shop and café — led the Rye team to open Lox.
During the early part of Beilein's tenure at U-M, plenty snickered about the head coach's fondness of playing small in an effort to spread people out and attack.
Georgette has a particular fondness for 89-year-old Arnie.
Two weeks into the project, she is thrilled by the kids' fondness for the bus.
His new job, after all, will be to fight back against pharma’s fondness for ’cause-we-can price gouging.
Newsome’s fondness for Alabama players is well documented.
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