• a fond smile
  • 優しいほほ笑み
  • encourage fond expectations
  • ひとりよがりな期待をいだかせる
  • have fond memories of one's childhood
  • 子どものころのなつかしい思い出がある
  • A rich uncle who was fond of Maria, unaware of Venables' true character, arranged a marriage for her and gave her a dowry of £5,000.
  • Wikipedia: Maria: or, The Wrongs of Woman
  • As for hobbies, Vargas Llosa is very fond of football, and is a renowned supporter of Universitario de Deportes.
  • Wikipedia: Mario Vargas Llosa
  • Bennett convinced Shatner that he could age gracefully like Spencer Tracy; the producer did not know that Shatner had worked with Tracy on Judgment at Nuremberg (1961), and was very fond of the actor.
  • Wikipedia: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  • Bragg was particularly fond of Being There because their influences extended farther back than the 1950s.
  • Wikipedia: Wilco
  • Charlotte and the King were very fond of each other, and the young Princess was greatly saddened by his illness.
  • Wikipedia: Princess Charlotte of Wales
  • Claudius was known to have been very fond of eating Caesar's mushroom.
  • Wikipedia: Amanita phalloides
  • Diefenbaker was fond of stating, in his later years, that the only protection a Conservative had in the province was that afforded by the game laws.
  • Wikipedia: John Diefenbaker
  • Feodor was fond of his half-brother Peter and Peter's mother, and both were allowed to remain in the Kremlin in private apartments.
  • Wikipedia: Nikita Zotov
  • Fox spirits are said to be particularly fond of a fried sliced tofu called aburage, which is accordingly found in the noodle-based dishes kitsune udon and kitsune soba.
  • Wikipedia: Kitsune
  • Haddock is a hard drinker, particularly fond of rum and of Scotch whisky; his bouts of drunkenness are often used for comic effect.
  • Wikipedia: The Adventures of Tintin
  • He joined the family in 1728, by which time he was an adult, had mistresses and debts, and was fond of gambling and practical jokes.
  • Wikipedia: Caroline of Ansbach
  • He was fond of his children, and was devastated at the death of two of his sons in infancy in 1782 and 1783 respectively.
  • Wikipedia: George III of the United Kingdom
  • He was fond of singing, and had a normal speaking voice which showed no signs of pressure on the lungs.
  • Wikipedia: Daniel Lambert
  • He would eat ravenously, and was particularly fond of snake meat.
  • Wikipedia: Tarrare
  • However, she was fond of saying she used the emotion and energy instead on her work.
  • Wikipedia: Marjory Stoneman Douglas
  • In August, when Bosse discovered that she was pregnant, even Strindberg's delight (he was a fond parent of the four children of his previous marriages) could not save a marriage full of distrust and accusation.
  • Wikipedia: Harriet Bosse
  • In his pursuit of living up to the image of a Renaissance prince Henry is known to have been particularly fond of galleys, something which would have been known to Anthony.
  • Wikipedia: Anthony Roll
  • In the book Okonkwo struggles with the legacy of his father – a shiftless debtor fond of playing the flute – as well as the complications and contradictions that arise when white missionaries arrive in his village of Umuofia.
  • Wikipedia: Chinua Achebe
  • It is particularly fond of the fruit of the rimu tree, and will feed on it exclusively during seasons when it is abundant.
  • Wikipedia: Kakapo
  • Jackson, who is fond of whisky and cigars, discovered that the Russian troops were apprehensive about being attacked by the Kosovo Liberation Army, and promised to protect the Russians by sending a detachment of British soldiers commanded by his son Mark —along with a bottle of whisky.
  • Wikipedia: Mike Jackson
  • John also challenges the belief that Wilfrid was fond of pomp, pointing out that the comparison between the Irish missionaries who walked and Wilfrid who rode ignores the reality that the quickest method of travel in the Middle Ages was on horseback.
  • Wikipedia: Wilfrid