noun, plural fon·das [fawn-dahs; English fon-duh z] /ˈfɔn dɑs; English ˈfɒn dəz/. Spanish.
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Examples from the Web for fonda
Fonda tried in vain to convince Jarrow and Archer to ditch the project.
Fonda was always willing to speak out even when it might be detrimental to her career.
Despite the hard work of women like Fonda, Archer said, there had been no sea-change in attitudes within the industry.
And on Tuesday night I went to see him live—my first time—at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles.
What was it like to finally get to really act alongside Fonda?Jeff Daniels on the Most Explosive Episode of ‘The Newsroom’ Yet|Marlow Stern|August 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
My house is a heap of wind-stirred ashes,—as are all houses in Fonda's Bush save only Stoner's.The Little Red Foot|Robert W. Chambers
The Fonda Marina was an attractive-looking new house built at the very edge of the bay.The Fortunate Isles|Mary Stuart Boyd
I selected one, and told him to take me to the Fonda de las cuatro Naciones; and he laughed as though I had made a good joke.
A fonda is a regular hotel; a posada is the tavern of the smaller country towns; and a venta is a still lower grade of inn.
As the fonda was in the Moorish Quarter our door was not exempt.In the Tail of the Peacock|Isabel Savory