Fond of

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Definition

to be fond of (sbdy or sthg): to like, to love, to feel affection for (sbdy or sthg)
verb
Bruno is fond of Susie. He always sits next to her at lunch.
Philip is fond of back massages. He goes to the masseuse twice a week.

fondly: affectionately, lovingly, tenderly, dearly
adverb
Pronunciation examples
UK: I'm very fond of chocolate soya milk.
US: I was never fond of 80s music.

Examples

  • "Fondly Luna"
  • "Bethany : Well obviously it's your decision Bruno, and I can see that you are fond of Mr. Oléré."
  • "Warbuckle : Well, I am fond of Miss Bliss."
  • "He isn't very fond of socialists, especially those who spit on his shoes."
  • "Warbuckle : Well, I am fond of gold."

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