1 I can and I will, though I'm not fond of sewing.
2 He has been so kind and jolly that we all got quite fond of him.
3 The boy neglects his music now, and I'm glad of it, for he was getting too fond of it.
4 Yes, he often does, to all of us, for their house is full, and we are so fond of them.
5 They are not so interesting to me as Tina and the boys, but I do my duty by them, and they are fond of me.
6 I like the diamonds best, but there is no necklace among them, and I'm fond of necklaces, they are so becoming.
7 You are the gull, Jo, strong and wild, fond of the storm and the wind, flying far out to sea, and happy all alone.
8 John went with me at Mr. Laurence's request, and was so devoted to poor Father that we couldn't help getting fond of him.
9 "Yes, he has been like a son to us, and we are very fond of him," replied Mrs. March, returning the look with a keen one.
10 Amy, who was fond of delicate fare, took a heaping spoonful, choked, hid her face in her napkin, and left the table precipitately.
11 You, you are, you're a great deal too good for me, and I'm so grateful to you, and so proud and fond of you, I don't know why I can't love you as you want me to.
12 It's like other people, you know, and I always envy girls who do such things, I'm so fond of luxury, said Meg, trying to decide which of two shabby gowns was the least shabby.
13 You may be sure of that, and though Fred is not my model hero, he does very well, and in time I should get fond enough of him if he was very fond of me, and let me do just as I liked.
14 I'm so fond of writing, I should go spinning on forever if motives of economy didn't stop me, for though I've used thin paper and written fine, I tremble to think of the stamps this long letter will need.
15 In it she kept her papers, and a few books, safely shut away from Scrabble, who, being likewise of a literary turn, was fond of making a circulating library of such books as were left in his way by eating the leaves.
16 He traveled a long while, nearly eight-and-twenty years, and had a hard time of it, till he came to the palace of a good old king, who had offered a reward to anyone who could tame and train a fine but unbroken colt, of which he was very fond.
17 There probably were a good many happy little girls in and about the city that day, but it is my private opinion that Amy was the happiest of all, when she sat in her mother's lap and told her trials, receiving consolation and compensation in the shape of approving smiles and fond caresses.
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