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use "fond" in a sentence

I'm really fond of a Masai proverb that says: "Take care of our Earth.

Not all of the experiences aboard the Princess of Acadia were fond, however.

We'd also like to bid a fond welcome our newest podcast subscriber: the FBI.

Even among Republicans, the last Bush Presidency inspires few fond feelings.

As deeply fond as I am of Rob, my relationship with Jesus is everything to me.

Does this article about OS/2 bring back fond memories of IBM-produced ThinkPads?

Harsh, I know, but it’s my house and my rules, as my own father was fond of saying.

But his cousin Layla al-Kasasbeh shared fond memories of him between crying spells.

North Korea's regime is fond of saber rattling and has made plenty of threats before.

FW:Thinking/YouTube screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET I am not fond of depressing you.

Cruz recounted his fond memories of playing Bill Sikes, the villain in the musical "Oliver!"

Lagercrantz, who gesticulates wildly while speaking and is fond of superlatives, was anxious.

Like Matt and Alex Walker, they're keen on social media, and they, too, are fond of snapchat.

And I don't think John was particularly fond of the dogs and ponies that commanded her attention.

Homero and his wife, Lázara, grow fond of Mr. President.

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