Definition of Fondles

1. Verb. (third-person singular of fondle) ¹



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Definition of Fondles

1. fondle [v] - See also: fondle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fondles

fondaco
fondacos
fondant
fondants
fondas
fondation jean dausset-ceph
fonded
fonder
fondest
fonding
fondle
fondleable
fondled
fondler
fondlers
fondles (current term)
fondling
fondlingly
fondlings
fondly
fondness
fondnesses
fondon
fonds
fondu
fondue
fondued
fondueing
fondues
fonduing

Literary usage of Fondles

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1. Professor Conant: A Story of English and American Social and Political Life by Lucius Seth Huntington (1884)
"THE BRITISH LION fondles THE PROFESSOR. WE must take a three months' vacation now, though, meantime, the world will move, and some things of interest to us ..."

2. The Philosophy of History by Augustus Schade, Rudolf Rocholl (1899)
"The radii of the stellar orbits ьу-gon« t¡m concentrate in him; the planet moves and forms its constellations in his behalf; it fondles and feeds him. ..."

3. Notes: Critical & Biographical by R.B. Gruelle. Collection of W.T. Walters by Richard B. Gruelle, William Thompson Walters (1895)
"A mother whose face beams with maternal love and affection fondles two children. Her face is turned toward the larger child, who stands at her side. ..."

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