Definition of Fonding

1. Verb. (present participle of fond) ¹



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Definition of Fonding

1. fond [v] - See also: fond

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fonding

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fon
fonazine mesylate
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fond(p)
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fondation jean dausset-ceph
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fondest
fonding (current term)
fondle
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Literary usage of Fonding

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1. The Chemistry of the Arts: Being a Practical Display of the Arts and by Samuel Frederick Gray, Arthur Livermore Porter (1830)
"The pots in the fonding furnace are filled with this frit, and upon it is piled about ... This fonding requires thirty or thirty-six hours' intense heat; ..."

2. Babies and Bosses: Reconciling Work and Family Life (2004)
"Childcare funding flows in Austria Lander Govemment Direct fonding (of qualified child care personnel) as welt as indirect ..."

3. A Student's Pastime: Being a Select Series of Articles Reprinted from "Notes by Walter William Skeat (1896)
"Eche other mon means ‘each (of us) another man.' fonding is temptation ... Ne let vs falle in no fonding, ..."

4. The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, Thomas Raynesford Lounsbury (1903)
"'Gamelyn,' sayde his brother-'be thou For to seen thee have harm - it were me nought wroth, 145 right loth; I ne dide it nought, brother - but for a fonding ..."

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