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Definition of Fondly

Fondly

  1. Foolishly.
  2. In a fond manner; affectionately; tenderly.

Fondly Quotations

I had an older brother, an older sister and a younger brother, and though I look back fondly on my childhood, I think that when you've got four siblings sharing the same resources and a single kids' bathroom, it's going to get a little tense at times.
Jeff Kinney

There is a piece of me that likes to fondly imagine my maverick and rebellious nature. But, more accurately, I like to have a nice and cosy institution that I can rub up against a little bit.
Douglas Adams

I fondly remember good times working on 'Thor.'
Kenneth Branagh

His daughter returned from her boarding school, improved in fashionable airs and expert in manufacturing fashionable toys; but, in her conversation, he sought in vain for that refined and fertile mind which he had fondly expected.
Emma Willard

Al Plastino helped redefine Superman in the 1950s. His work on 'Superman's Girlfriend,' 'Lois Lane,' 'Adventure Comics' and pretty much any title in the Superman family will be fondly remembered for years to come. He will be missed.
Jim Lee
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Fondly Translations

fondly in French is affectieux
fondly in Spanish is carinoso, tiernamente
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