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  • s  excessively fond

  • He was a fat boy, shy, bookwormish, overfond of baker's buns.
  • The hero, a rancher named Jim Tyler, is a pleasure-loving lad, overfond of broncho-riding, cattle, land and oil.
  • Until the night of the shooting there were very few people who thought that Stanford White was overfond of gaieties.

  • Joe Garagiola in TSN.ca
    As I'm probably overfond of saying, a problem of too many good players is a good problem to have,Arizona general manager Joe Garagiola Jr. said.

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