fondu [fon-doo, -dyoo, fon-doo, -dyoo for 1; French fawn-dy for 1, 2] ExamplesWord Origin adjective

  1. fondue(def 4).

noun, plural fon·dus [French -dy] /French -ˈdü/.

  1. Ballet. a slow bending of the supporting leg.

Origin of fondu 1840–50; French, past participle of fondre to melt, found3 Examples from the Web for fondu Historical Examples of fondu

  • It should be only half filled, as the fondu will rise very high.

    The Whitehouse Cookbook (1887)

    Mrs. F.L. Gillette

  • All was delightfully dead as the most advanced antiquarian could desire when we drew up at the Fondu de los Italianos.

    Glories of Spain

    Charles W. Wood

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