fond

[adj] - absurd or silly because unlikely
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Fond

Fond obsolete imperfect of Find . Found. Chaucer.
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Fond

Fond adjective [ Compar. Fonder ; superl. Fondest .] [ For fonned , past participle of Middle English fonnen to be foolish. See Fon .] 1. Foolish; silly; simple; weak. [ Archaic] « Grant I may never pro
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Fond

Fond transitive verb To caress; to fondle. [ Obsolete] « The Tyrian hugs and fonds thee on her breast.» Dryden.
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Fond

Fond intransitive verb To be fond; to dote. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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Fond

Fond noun [ French, from Latin fundus . See Fund .] [ Obsolete, or used as a French word] 1. Foundation; bottom; groundwork; specif.: (a) (Lace Making) The ground. (b) (Cookery) The broth or juice from braised flesh or fish, usually served as a sauce.
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fond

adjective absurd or silly because unlikely; `fond hopes of becoming President`; `fond fancies`
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Fond

• (superl.) Foolish; silly; simple; weak. • (v. t.) To caress; to fondle. • (superl.) Trifling; valued by folly; trivial. • (superl.) Foolishly tender and loving; weakly indulgent; over-affectionate. • (v. i.) To be fond; to dote. • (superl.) Loving; much pleased; affectionately regardful, indulgent, or desirous; longi
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Fond

Image of a small castle near Valisoara, Apuseni Mountains. Shot with a Medion camera on June 7th 2003 ...
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