Definition of fondness in English:

fondness

Line breaks: fond|ness
Pronunciation: /ˈfɒn(d)nəs
 
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noun

[mass noun]
Affection or liking for someone or something: I remember him with great fondness I have a fondness for spicy food
More example sentences
  • Not alone was he a perfectionist but he brought a great sense of devotion and fondness to his work.
  • But she was not too upset, for she knew it was a gesture of fondness and respect for Hector Quintero.
  • Millar didn't care much for sentiment, but he remembered Bilsland with some fondness.
Synonyms
affection, love, liking, warmth, tenderness, kindness, devotion, care, endearment, feeling, sentiment, attachment, closeness, friendliness, familiarity, intimacy; regard, respect, admiration, adoration, worship, reverenceliking, love, taste, partiality, preference, keenness, inclination, penchant, predilection, fancy, relish, passion, proclivity, appetite; weakness, soft spot, susceptibility, addiction
informal thing, yen
rare appetency

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