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Definition of "fonder" []

  • Predisposed (to); having a liking (for) (adjective)
  • Loving; tender (adjective)
  • Indulgent; doting (adjective)
  • (of hopes, wishes, etc) cherished but unlikely to be realized (adjective)
  • Foolish (adjective)
  • Credulous (adjective)
  • Comparative form of fond: more fond (adjective)

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Use "fonder" in a sentence
  • "They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, that is very true from a love perspective, when you are not there the love grows stronger, and heart makes more desirer for that person."
  • "I recall a fonder time when all a lad needed to stay up all night was a cup of coffee and trucker pills."
  • "And when I was hoping to comprehend why "La force" did not "fonder" anything I would hear Mr. Hoffman whisper, "When you think that Louis XVI. and Marie Antoinette passed the last evening they ever spent in Versailles in this theater!""