- fonda, henry,
- fonda, jane,
- fondue bourguignonne,
Origin of fondly
Examples from the Web for fondly
Fondly nicknamed “the Worst Boy In Town,” Penrod is conniving but not clever, wicked but rarely cruel.
The Allens really were invited by Mrs. Reagan to that state dinner, a memory they fondly recounted in the Post article.‘The Butler’ Fact Check: How True Is This True Story?|Kevin Fallon|August 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Latifah fondly remembers chastising other girls in high school when they got into fights over the simple things like boys.Queen Latifah Talks About the ‘Steel Magnolias’ Remake and the Importance of Diversity|Allison Samuels|October 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
That's a legacy for which they will be fondly remembered by almost all.
Jerry Mersa, a plump 38-year-old, remembers Taylor fondly as a president who gave the common man a sense of dignity.Charles Taylor’s Hague Sentence Sparks War-Crimes Debate In Liberia|Clair MacDougall|May 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
At last, at about half-past ten oclock, we reached what we fondly hoped was to be our resting-place.Brick and Marble in the Middle Ages|George Edmund Street
How fondly do they revive old memories, though many of them perhaps were associated with pain and sorrow!A Pirate of Parts|Richard Neville
The buildings, that I had so fondly studied in books and pictures, rose up before me.
He was leaving his foul reputation, his wife and children, his old pursuits and his fondly cherished idol behind him.Sevenoaks|J. G. Holland
By this time Julia's hand had reached his, and was resting in it fondly.The Doctor's Dilemma|Hesba Stretton