Looking back at the last 26 years, what is your fondest memory of working with John Thaw on Morse?
So our fondest hope is not for eternal life, but an end to this wheel of existence through eternal death.
In losing, John McCain has fulfilled his fondest wish: revenge on the Republican Party.
While Baldwin is best known for his onscreen performances, but he says his fondest memories are of the theater.
My fondest memory of Christopher was Valentines Day in 2005.
But war now drove the missionary away, as throughout his life war was ever to dash his fondest dreams and ever to drive him back.
I cannot abjure that world which contains the fondest object that links me to life.
Here she awaited the approaching accouchement of her dearest niece, which was destined to terminate one or her fondest hopes.
His pride would be gratified, and his fondest desires realized.
Miss Elenore was fondest of animals, though, she murmured, absently.
mid-14c., originally "foolish, silly," from past tense of fonnen "to fool, be foolish," perhaps from Middle English fonne "fool" (early 14c.), of uncertain origin; or possibly related to fun.
Meaning evolved by 1590 via "foolishly tender" to "having strong affections for." Another sense of fonne was "to lose savor," which may be the original meaning of the word (e.g. Wyclif: "Gif þe salt be fonnyd it is not worþi," c.1380). Related: Fonder; fondest.