He fondly remembers enjoying the “wonderful senses of humor” possessed by both Romney and his better half, Ann.
We writers merely use them in what we fondly believe are more complex ways.
That's a legacy for which they will be fondly remembered by almost all.
fondly nicknamed “the Worst Boy In Town,” Penrod is conniving but not clever, wicked but rarely cruel.
The Allens really were invited by Mrs. Reagan to that state dinner, a memory they fondly recounted in the Post article.
Many of these pages, I fondly foresee, must consist but of the record of their chatter.
She wanted to put her arms round her, and say fondly, "Never mind!"
But it was towards the first days of her stay at Schifanoja that her heart returned most fondly.
He was still holding Casanova's hands, and he pressed them fondly.
Pedro loved Miralda fondly, and she was by no means indifferent to the handsome Creole.