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1 She has a fondness for red wine.
2 I've always had a certain fondness for her.
3 I've always had a fondness for jewels.
4 One of his many enthusiasms is a great fondness of eastern music.
5 It was her father's fondness for drink that brought about the break-up of her parents' marriage.
6 The mother-in-law ranted at her daughter-in-law about her fondness for eating and aversion to work.
7 Among his many enthusiasms is a great fondness of Eastern music.
8 Thomas Pynchon has also shown a consistent fondness for slapstick effects in his novels,[www.Sentencedict.com] drawn partly from comic cinema.
9 Early hints of this fondness for the dramatic percolate through his journal.
10 The novel displayed Rolfe's fondness for neologism, verbal sumptuousness, and quirky spelling in its best light.
11 Still, given our fondness for gunning each other down, fearing the sight of blood seems perfectly sound.
12 Could my fondness have kept you steady I should not now appear before you in this solemn manner.
13 Another sore point was de Gaulle's fondness for theatricality and rhetoric, which sometimes came at the expense of substance.
14 His fondness for rings had already earned him the nickname Ringo.
15 People's fondness for wearing black and other dark colours was a vogue I never really liked.
16 He has an incorrigible fondness for persons of low birth and spends most of the day with them.
17 But he has a particular fondness for painting scenes remembered from his native Montana.
18 Those we recall with greatest fondness, all cut their figures against a wider, more luminous backdrop than mere office.
19 Mac had said something about his fondness for wind instruments without actually saying what he played.
20 Kindness is in our power, even when fondness is not. Samuel Johnson
21 Since Gadfly readers know his fondness for public transport perhaps there will be a substantial saving when it happens.
22 The groups at the conference spoke piously of their fondness for democracy.
23 He will be remembered by the staff with great fondness.
24 Breeds differ in how highly strung they are, how much they snap at children and in their fondness for barking.
25 She remains an inspiring example to be remembered and talked of with fondness and good humour.
26 And yet all his life, his integrity warred with a flair for the theatrical, a fondness for tall tales.
27 His tales were simple and sweet and his characters endearing enough to remember with fondness all the way to adulthood.
28 Mekki had little formal education, a bullying manner and a longshoreman's fondness for obscenity.
29 There was a remarkable unanimity of spirit and commitment that many today remember with fondness, despite the many hardships we endured.
30 But now, as shock waves surged through him, he realized that his liking had at least become fondness.
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