No wonder everyone is so fond of Baoyu. Why did I have to be born into a poor family, unable to have him as an intimate friend?
John Hunter as a boy was much more fond of playing in the country and finding out about wild animals than doing his lessons.
Intelligent and fond antiquity
To be intelligent and fond of study
Claude Dessard, chief purser of the bretagne, a capable and meticulous man, ran, AS what he wAS fond of saying, a "tight ship"
The hing-minded man is fond of conferring benefits, but is shames him to revive them. ——Aristotle
A bond: As of affection or loyalty; fond regard.
On the other hand persons of whom they fancied themselves fond will BE found to have BEcome insipid and disagreeable
To incite others to BE fond of him
In their spare time, they’re fond of playing basket-Ball.