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Fond vs Favorable - What's the difference?

fond | favorable |


As adjectives the difference between fond and favorable

is that fond is (chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for) while favorable is pleasing, encouraging or approving.

As a noun fond

is the background design in lace-making.

As a verb fond

is (obsolete) to have a foolish affection for, to be fond of.

Leaf vs Fond - What's the difference?

leaf | fond |


As nouns the difference between leaf and fond

is that leaf is the usually green and flat organ that represents the most prominent feature of most vegetative plants while fond is the background design in lace-making.

As verbs the difference between leaf and fond

is that leaf is to produce leaves; put forth foliage while fond is (obsolete) to have a foolish affection for, to be fond of.

As an adjective fond is

(chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for).

Fond vs Gracious - What's the difference?

fond | gracious |


As adjectives the difference between fond and gracious

is that fond is (chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for) while gracious is kind and warmly courteous.

As a noun fond

is the background design in lace-making.

As a verb fond

is (obsolete) to have a foolish affection for, to be fond of.

As an interjection gracious is

expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration.

Craving vs Fond - What's the difference?

craving | fond |


As nouns the difference between craving and fond

is that craving is a strong desire; yearning while fond is the background design in lace-making.

As verbs the difference between craving and fond

is that craving is while fond is (obsolete) to have a foolish affection for, to be fond of.

As an adjective fond is

(chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for).

Happy vs Fond - What's the difference?

happy | fond |


As adjectives the difference between happy and fond

is that happy is experiencing the effect of favourable fortune; having the feeling arising from the consciousness of well-being or of enjoyment; enjoying good of any kind, as peace, tranquillity, comfort; contented; joyous while fond is (chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for).

As a noun fond is

the background design in lace-making.

As a verb fond is

(obsolete) to have a foolish affection for, to be fond of.

Affect vs Fond - What's the difference?

affect | fond |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between affect and fond

is that affect is (obsolete) a desire, an appetite while fond is (obsolete) to caress; to fondle.

As verbs the difference between affect and fond

is that affect is to influence or alter or affect can be (obsolete|transitive) to aim for, to try to obtain while fond is (obsolete) to have a foolish affection for, to be fond of.

As nouns the difference between affect and fond

is that affect is (obsolete) one's mood or inclination; mental state while fond is the background design in lace-making.

As an adjective fond is

(chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for).

Fond vs Interested - What's the difference?

fond | interested |


As adjectives the difference between fond and interested

is that fond is (chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for) while interested is having or showing interest.

As verbs the difference between fond and interested

is that fond is (obsolete) to have a foolish affection for, to be fond of while interested is (interest).

As a noun fond

is the background design in lace-making.

Fond vs Cared - What's the difference?

fond | cared |


As verbs the difference between fond and cared

is that fond is (obsolete) to have a foolish affection for, to be fond of while cared is (care).

As an adjective fond

is (chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for).

As a noun fond

is the background design in lace-making.

Fond vs Loved - What's the difference?

fond | loved |


As adjectives the difference between fond and loved

is that fond is (chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for) while loved is .

As verbs the difference between fond and loved

is that fond is (obsolete) to have a foolish affection for, to be fond of while loved is (poetic) (love).

As a noun fond

is the background design in lace-making.

Dearest vs Fond - What's the difference?

dearest | fond |


As adjectives the difference between dearest and fond

is that dearest is (dear) while fond is (chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for).

As nouns the difference between dearest and fond

is that dearest is a beloved person; a term of endearment while fond is the background design in lace-making.

As a verb fond is

(obsolete) to have a foolish affection for, to be fond of.

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