Fondness [noun]

Definition of Fondness:

liking or taste for

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Sentence/Example of Fondness:

Miss Manners’ fondness for handwritten letters is not merely due to her liking the smell of paper and ink.

Street vendors are ubiquitous on the city’s landscape, but New Yorkers have a particular fondness for the Christmas tree migrants.

Take, for example, our mongrel Mitty, whose fondness for chasing sticks was obsessive.

When it comes to you, she is hampered by a mix of fondness and condescension.

The separation of scales suggests they’ll need to dig deep to overcome nature’s fondness for concealing its finer points from curious giants like us.

This judicial bent of the child is a curious one and often develops a priggish fondness for setting others morally straight.

This had flattered his pride and his fondness for all dumb creatures had made them dear to him beyond his own belief.

Here we saw many types of the Yorkshire man, famed for his shrewdness and fondness for what we would call "dickering."

Meggy had her ride, and in the days that followed she had many others and the girl's fondness for Betty became almost worship.

In fact, the object of her fondness was Spencer Cowper, who was already married.