Definition of "kind" [kind]

  • Of a friendly, generous, or warm-hearted nature. (adjective)
  • Showing sympathy or understanding; charitable: a kind word. (adjective)
  • Humane; considerate: kind to animals. (adjective)
  • Forbearing; tolerant: Our neighbor was very kind about the window we broke. (adjective)
  • Generous; liberal: kind words of praise. (adjective)
  • Having a friendly or generous nature or attitude (adjective)

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  • Helpful to others or to another (adjective)
  • Considerate or humane (adjective)
  • Cordial; courteous (esp in the phrase kind regards) (adjective)
  • Pleasant; agreeable; mild (adjective)
  • Beneficial or not harmful (adjective)
  • Loving (adjective)

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Use "kind" in a sentence
  • "But if you are into that kind of entertainment, fair enough.. theres tonnes of movies like that out there… and don't get me wrong… i thought "Knowing" was kind of entertaining..kind of funny even with that gooky script who wouldnt?"
  • "(ZHAHN-ruh) The kind or type of a work of art, from the French, meaning “kind” or “genus."
  • "Whatever the kind, or the amount stolen, the unvarying penalty was double of _the same kind_."