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
Annette was Ed’s opposite—daring, outgoing, opinionated, with the laugh of an optimist and a fondness for dancing.
Hutton, who inherited a family trust worth nearly $1 billion dollars in today’s currency, had hobbies which included collecting jewelry, art and a fondness for Japanese gardens.
Schumer is surely not alone among Democrats in his fondness for retaining the Senate’s antiquated supermajority requirement.
Considering her fondness for accessories, Charlotte may have an eye for style, just like her stylish mom Kate Middleton.
Rick Nichols, the esteemed Inquirer food columnist emeritus, is always the Brewvi’s favorite curmudgeon, with a fondness for classic finesse and a sharp wit to keep the trendy pretenders in check.
Still, even without the benefit of time travel, fans should enjoy this trip into the way-back machine, offering the kind of jam to which those with a fondness for the genre can happily hum along.
The latter facility is owned by former Cy Young winning pitcher and World Series champ Jake Peavy, who's also a guitarist with a fondness for the music of Jason Isbell and Grateful Dead.
Although the septuagenarian commander has styled himself as a great military leader, with a fondness for pomp and titles, experts say his true skill is in forging alliances.
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