Sentence examples for fond from high-quality English sources.

  • He also was fond of Shakespeare.

  • Mr Rhodes is fond of threatening language.

  • Not everyone in the military is fond of the new policy towards beards.

  • He has fond and mischievous memories of a childhood within its walls."

  • Būyids were quite fond of metalwork, particularly fine silverwork.

  • The tax cuts did not "unleash animal spirits" (as the business media is so fond of saying).

  • Perhaps unsurprisingly, those fond of a tipple will immediately feel at home in the Irish capital.

  • The fond is culinary gold, containing an incredible savory character that forms the foundation of the sauce.

Use fond in a sentence.

  • The fond fancy of the soldier supplies it with other figurative appellations, as “the mill,” “the jigger,” “the house that Jack built.”

  • You are fond of money, you are far too fond of female charms, and you mind most of all about living in undisturbed comfort.”

  • There was a major falling out between the King, Charles I, and the lawmakers in Parliament who weren’t too fond of his foreign policy or his religious views.

  • We’d love to hear what you think of our choices – whether in agreement or outrage – and hear your fond or not-so-fond memories of these singles.

  • There have been rumors that every bird in the forest is fond of at least one bird, and also that there is at least one bird that is not fond of any bird.

  • The interests of his regiment took an important place in Vronsky’s life, both because he was fond of the regiment, and because the regiment was fond of him.

  • He was delightful, and she was fond of him in the way she was always fond of the changelings, and yet she had dresses and shoes of which she was just as fond.

  • The Balinese are fond of music, poetry, dancing, and festivals, are extraordinarily able in arts and crafts, and are passionately fond of betting games, especially cockfighting.

fond sentence examples

  • Pontellier left him to enter her room, the young man descended the steps and strolled over toward the croquet players, where, during the half-hour before dinner, he amused himself with the little Pontellier children, who were very fond of him.

  • National leaders who approve and set in motion the strategies must be held accountable before an international tribunal for the atrocities committed at their behest or, as Lexington fears, war will probably become sanitised and we will grow too fond of it.

  • Then we were wordless through the towns of Terre Noire and Fond du Marais, places named both whimsically and fearfully by French fur traders, before the subsequent flattened pronunciations by Scandinavian farmers made the names even more absurd: “Turn Ore” and “Fondu Morass.”

  • And, too, many would say that although someone, say Socrates, is in fact fond of dogs, Socrates could have lacked that property; if that is right, then the basic modal characterization counts the property of being fond of dogs as an accidental property of Socrates.

fond


  • adj all

    - having or displaying warmth or affection


  • adj all

    - extravagantly or foolishly loving and indulgent


  • adj all

    - (followed by `of' or `to') having a strong preference or liking for

    Example: fond of chocolate


  • adj all

    - absurd or silly because unlikely

    Example: fond hopes of becoming President

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On this page, there are 20 sentence examples for fond. They are all from high-quality sources and constantly processed by lengusa's machine learning routines.

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  • 3 sentence examples for fond from Encyclopedia Britannica
  • 3 sentence examples for fond from The Economist
  • 1 sentence examples for fond from Independent
  • 2 sentence examples for fond from BBC
  • 1 sentence examples for fond from Business Insider
  • 1 sentence examples for fond from Timeout
  • 1 sentence examples for fond from New York Times
  • 1 sentence examples for fond from GutenbergBooks - The Slang Dictionary: Etymological, Historical and Andecdotal by John Camden Hotten
  • 1 sentence examples for fond from The Guardian
  • 2 sentence examples for fond from Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  • 1 sentence examples for fond from GutenbergBooks - Anna Karenina by graf Leo Tolstoy
  • 2 sentence examples for fond from The New Yorker
  • 1 sentence examples for fond from GutenbergBooks - The Awakening, and Selected Short Stories by Kate Chopin
    There are 6 relevant lexical connections:
  • • Relevant word or phrase for fond is tender
  • • Relevant word or phrase for fond is lovesome
  • • Relevant word or phrase for fond is affectionate
  • • Relevant word or phrase for fond is doting
  • • Relevant word or phrase for fond is adoring
  • • Relevant word or phrase for fond is partial

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