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
It was never meant to denigrate Nadal—about whom our longstanding admiration and personal fondness has never wavered.
And, in a stark landscape of black rock and white ice, people who spend time here invariably develop a fondness for costumes.
Yet somehow those imperfections have engendered, if not a fondness, then at least a familiarity with my own features in a way long hair never could.
There was nothing quite like '80s fashion, with its whimsical earrings, velour tube tops, and all-neon-everything—and no pastime quite as entertaining as looking back on all of these distinct styles with fondness (and some distance).
But the American fondness for checks and balances, for the mixed government that has so long served us well, is fast being replaced by a bipartisan fervor for unchecked presidential rule, elective monarchy in form if not in name.
Smith models his game after others in the league, and has a particular fondness for Chris Paul and Russell Westbrook.
Going back to its beginnings, country music has always had a fondness for songs of tragedy.
Do industrial egg producers have a newfound fondness for their flocks?
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