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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.

Zealous vs Fond - What's the difference?

zealous | fond |


As adjectives the difference between zealous and fond

is that zealous is full of zeal; ardent, fervent; exhibiting enthusiasm or strong passion 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.

Bane vs Fond - What's the difference?

bane | fond |


As nouns the difference between bane and fond

is that bane is dwelling, abode, residence, half dilapidated house while fond is the background design in lace-making.

As an adjective fond is

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

As a verb fond is

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

Desire vs Fond - What's the difference?

desire | fond |


As verbs the difference between desire and fond

is that desire 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).

As a noun fond is

the background design in lace-making.

Fond vs Doctrine - What's the difference?

fond | doctrine |


As nouns the difference between fond and doctrine

is that fond is the background design in lace-making while doctrine is a belief or tenet, especially about philosophical or theological matters.

As an adjective fond

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

As a verb fond

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

Fond vs Fool - What's the difference?

fond | fool |


In cooking|lang=en terms the difference between fond and fool

is that fond is (cooking) brown residue in pans from cooking meats and vegetables while fool is (cooking) a type of dessert made of d fruit and custard or cream.

As nouns the difference between fond and fool

is that fond is the background design in lace-making while fool is (pejorative) a person with poor judgment or little intelligence.

As verbs the difference between fond and fool

is that fond is (obsolete) to have a foolish affection for, to be fond of while fool is to trick; to make a fool of someone.

As an adjective fond

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

Predilection vs Fond - What's the difference?

predilection | fond |


As nouns the difference between predilection and fond

is that predilection is predilection while fond is the background design in lace-making.

As an adjective fond is

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

As a verb fond is

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

Fond vs Liking - What's the difference?

fond | liking |


As nouns the difference between fond and liking

is that fond is the background design in lace-making while liking is likeness.

As an adjective fond

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

As a verb fond

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

Fond vs Eager - What's the difference?

fond | eager |


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

is that fond is (obsolete) to caress; to fondle while eager is (obsolete) sharp; keen; bitter; severe.

As adjectives the difference between fond and eager

is that fond is (chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for) while eager is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid.

As nouns the difference between fond and eager

is that fond is the background design in lace-making while eager is (tidal bore).

As a verb fond

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

Fond vs Amatory - What's the difference?

fond | amatory | Related terms |

Fond is a related term of amatory.


As adjectives the difference between fond and amatory

is that fond is (chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for) while amatory is of or relating to love, especially sexual love.

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.

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