English version

fondly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfondlyfond‧ly /ˈfɒndli $ ˈfɑːndli/ adverb  1 fondly imagine/believe/hope etc2 LOVEin a way that shows you like someone very much syn lovingly He turned to see her smiling fondly at him.
Examples from the Corpus
fondlyBut not all money managers will look back on 1995 fondly.Later in the book, she writes fondly about experience with her first aircraft, a Beech Musketeer.Greta smiled fondly at him from across the room.Some Tories fondly imagine that privatisation will eliminate the need to subsidise the railways.Both sisters spoke fondly of their daredevil brother.
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