• Definition for "fondness"
    • heated love or liking. See Synonyms at love.
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fondness definition

  • noun:
    • heated love or liking. See Synonyms at love.
    • heated affection or taste. See Synonyms at love.
    • a powerful interest or inclination; a taste: a fondness for sweets; a fondness for travel.
    • a stronger interest or inclination; a taste: a fondness for sweets; a fondness for vacation.
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • the standard of becoming fond
    • the caliber of being fond
    • the high quality or state to be fond; foolishness.
    • heated affection or taste. See Synonyms at love.
    • the product quality or condition of being fond; foolishness.
    • Doting love; tender liking; strong desire for food, propensity, or relish.
    • a solid tendency or choice; a taste: a fondness for sweets; a fondness for travel.
    • Doting affection; tender taste; strong appetite, propensity, or relish.
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • The state or personality to be fond.
    • hawaii or personality to be fond.
    • Foolish tenderness; tender passion; powerful or demonstrative affection.
    • the caliber of becoming fond
    • Warm affection or preference. See Synonyms at love.
    • the product quality or condition to be fond; foolishness.
    • powerful interest, tendency, or appetite.
    • Foolish pain; tender enthusiasm; powerful or demonstrative affection.
    • A strong desire or inclination; a taste: a fondness for candies; a fondness for vacation.
    • Strong interest, tendency, or desire for food.
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, etc. (see love); partiality, interest, propensity.
    • Warm affection or taste. See Synonyms at love.
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • Doting love; tender taste; strong desire for food, tendency, or relish.
    • a solid inclination or inclination; a taste: a fondness for candies; a fondness for vacation.
    • a good proceeding from thoughts of affection or love
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, an such like. (identify love); partiality, interest, propensity.
    • the quality of becoming fond
    • their state or character of being fond.
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • the high quality or state of being fond; foolishness.
    • a quality continuing from feelings of affection or love
    • an optimistic sense of liking
    • a predisposition to like anything
    • the caliber of being fond
    • an optimistic sense of liking
    • Doting love; tender preference; powerful appetite, propensity, or relish.
    • a predisposition to like something
    • hawaii or personality to be fond.
    • Foolish tenderness; tender enthusiasm; powerful or demonstrative love.
    • silly pain; tender enthusiasm; strong or demonstrative love.
    • Strong desire, tendency, or desire for food.
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, etc. (see love); partiality, desire, propensity.
    • Strong tendency, propensity, or desire for food.
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, an such like. (identify love); partiality, desire, tendency.
    • an excellent proceeding from thoughts of affection or love
    • a quality proceeding from feelings of love or love
    • a confident feeling of liking
    • a confident feeling of liking
    • a predisposition to like some thing
    • a predisposition to like anything
    • the product quality or condition of being fond; foolishness.
    • Doting love; tender liking; strong desire for food, tendency, or relish.
    • their state or personality of being fond.
    • heated love or taste. See Synonyms at love.
    • A strong desire or preference; a taste: a fondness for sweets; a fondness for travel.
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • the caliber of being fond
    • the standard or state of being fond; foolishness.
    • Doting affection; tender taste; powerful appetite, propensity, or relish.
    • Foolish tenderness; tender passion; strong or demonstrative love.
    • hawaii or personality of being fond.
    • powerful tendency, propensity, or appetite.
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, an such like. (identify love); partiality, inclination, propensity.
    • Foolish pain; tender enthusiasm; strong or demonstrative love.
    • an excellent continuing from emotions of love or love
    • Strong interest, tendency, or appetite.
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, an such like. (see love); partiality, interest, tendency.
    • an excellent continuing from thoughts of affection or love
    • an optimistic feeling of liking
    • a predisposition to like one thing
    • a positive sense of liking
    • a predisposition to like something
    • heated affection or taste. See Synonyms at love.
    • Warm affection or liking. See Synonyms at love.
    • A strong inclination or preference; a taste: a fondness for candies; a fondness for travel.
    • a stronger desire or preference; a taste: a fondness for candies; a fondness for vacation.
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • the grade of being fond
    • the quality of being fond
    • the product quality or condition to be fond; foolishness.
    • The quality or condition to be fond; foolishness.
    • Doting affection; tender liking; strong appetite, propensity, or relish.
    • Doting affection; tender taste; strong desire for food, tendency, or relish.
    • The state or character to be fond.
    • hawaii or character to be fond.
    • Foolish pain; tender enthusiasm; powerful or demonstrative love.
    • Foolish pain; tender passion; powerful or demonstrative affection.
    • powerful inclination, propensity, or desire for food.
    • powerful inclination, tendency, or desire for food.
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, an such like. (see love); partiality, tendency, tendency.
    • an excellent continuing from thoughts of affection or love
    • an optimistic sense of liking
    • a predisposition to like some thing
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, an such like. (see love); partiality, tendency, tendency.
    • an excellent continuing from emotions of love or love
    • a positive feeling of liking
    • a predisposition to like one thing
    • Warm love or taste. See Synonyms at love.
    • Warm affection or preference. See Synonyms at love.
    • heated affection or preference. See Synonyms at love.
    • A strong interest or preference; a taste: a fondness for candies; a fondness for travel.
    • a stronger interest or choice; a taste: a fondness for sweets; a fondness for travel.
    • heated love or liking. See Synonyms at love.
    • a very good tendency or inclination; a taste: a fondness for candies; a fondness for vacation.
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • a stronger inclination or choice; a taste: a fondness for candies; a fondness for vacation.
    • the caliber of becoming fond
    • the quality of becoming fond
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • Warm love or taste. See Synonyms at love.
    • the quality of being fond
    • the product quality or state of being fond; foolishness.
    • the standard or state of being fond; foolishness.
    • a solid tendency or choice; a taste: a fondness for sweets; a fondness for vacation.
    • the standard of being fond
    • Doting love; tender preference; strong appetite, tendency, or relish.
    • Doting love; tender taste; powerful appetite, propensity, or relish.
    • The quality or state to be fond; foolishness.
    • the standard or condition of being fond; foolishness.
    • Archaic Naive trustfulness; credulity.
    • their state or personality of being fond.
    • hawaii or character of being fond.
    • Doting affection; tender liking; strong appetite, propensity, or relish.
    • Doting love; tender preference; strong appetite, propensity, or relish.
    • the grade of being fond
    • Foolish tenderness; tender enthusiasm; powerful or demonstrative love.
    • hawaii or personality of being fond.
    • Foolish pain; tender passion; strong or demonstrative love.
    • hawaii or character of being fond.
    • the product quality or condition of being fond; foolishness.
    • Foolish tenderness; tender enthusiasm; strong or demonstrative affection.
    • Strong desire, tendency, or desire for food.
    • Strong tendency, propensity, or desire for food.
    • powerful inclination, tendency, or appetite.
    • Doting affection; tender liking; powerful desire for food, tendency, or relish.
    • Foolish tenderness; tender enthusiasm; strong or demonstrative affection.
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, etc. (see love); partiality, tendency, propensity.
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, an such like. (identify love); partiality, interest, tendency.
    • Strong inclination, propensity, or desire for food.
    • The state or personality to be fond.
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, etc. (see love); partiality, interest, propensity.
    • a good continuing from emotions of affection or love
    • a quality proceeding from emotions of love or love
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, an such like. (see love); partiality, tendency, tendency.
    • Foolish pain; tender passion; powerful or demonstrative love.
    • a good proceeding from thoughts of love or love
    • a confident feeling of liking
    • an excellent continuing from feelings of love or love
    • a confident sense of liking
    • powerful desire, propensity, or appetite.
    • a predisposition to like one thing
    • a positive feeling of liking
    • a confident feeling of preference
    • a predisposition to like anything
    • Synonyms Attachment, Affection, etc. (identify love); partiality, inclination, propensity.
    • a predisposition to like some thing
    • a predisposition to like one thing
    • a good continuing from thoughts of love or love
    • an optimistic sense of liking
    • a predisposition to like anything
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