Definition of 'fondly'
Example sentences containing 'fondly'
She did all the voices, making Amelia wide-eyed with interest, and making Stella think fondly that her sister was wonderful with kids.JUST BETWEEN US (2002) TREASON KEEP (2002)
She has a...' he suddenly chuckled, fondly, `she has a sensitive spot just behind the lobe of her left ear.BEHINDLINGS (2002)
Synonyms of 'fondly'
lovingly, tenderly, affectionately, amorously
unrealistically, stupidly, vainly, foolishly
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