Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a fond manner. Foolishly; simply; sillily.
- With indiscreet or excessive affection; also (without implication of indiscretion), affectionately; tenderly.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. with fondness; with love
“Anyone who remembers him fondly is an arch conservative Reaganite in the truest sense.”
“(He remembers them fondly from a cafe in Hiroshima.)”
“My daughter Natalie had requested the cake for her birthday, having remembered it fondly from a family dinner earlier this year.”
“I remember this exchange fondly from the last time you posted it.”
“Resident Evil was fun while it was here, although the only scene I remember fondly is the final battle with Nemesis in the second movie, but I think it has outstayed its welcome and it's time for it to go.”
“When asked for his prediction, John McCain fondly recalled the time he teased James Naismith about his new invention, telling him nobody would care about a game with a bunch of guys running up and down a court trying to put a ball into a vegetable basket.”
“Instead of being a name fondly remembered by Kirk, he is Kirk's mentor.”
“Yes, “Games” was a great magazine that I remember fondly from the 80s.”
“Since we're talking about podcasting anniversaries, here are a few Legal Underground podcasts that I remember somewhat fondly from the past year:”
“The only thing that I remember fondly from the LEP days is when I got the chance to actually see the underground structures that housed the experiment and that now are used for the next generation particle accelerator, called LHC.”
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