kind definition

  • adjective:
    • Of an amiable, substantial, or warm-hearted nature.
    • Showing sympathy or understanding; altruistic: a form term.
    • Humane; considerate: kind to animals.
    • Forbearing; tolerant: Our neighbor ended up being extremely sort concerning the screen we smashed.
    • Generous; liberal: type words of compliments.
    • Agreeable; useful: a dry weather sort to asthmatics.
    • Affectionate, showing benevolence.
    • Positive.
    • moderate, gentle, forgiving
    • Characteristic regarding the types; owned by a person's nature; normal; indigenous.
    • Having emotions befitting our typical nature; congenial; sympathetic
    • Showing pain or goodness; disposed to accomplish good and confer pleasure; averse to harming or paining; benevolent; benignant; gracious.
    • Proceeding from, or characterized by, goodness, gentleness, or benevolence.
    • Gentle; tractable; quickly governed.
    • having or showing a tender and considerate and helpful nature; used particularly of persons and their particular behavior
    • pleasant, conducive to comfort
    • tolerant and forgiving under provocation
  • noun:
    • a team of people or circumstances revealing common qualities; a category or type: different types of furniture; a new particular politics.
    • A doubtful or borderline member of confirmed group: fashioned a kind of protection; some sort of bluish shade.
    • Archaic Underlying character as a determinant associated with the course to which anything belongs; nature or essence.
    • Archaic The all-natural purchase or length of things; nature.
    • Archaic Manner or manner.
    • A type, race or category; a group of entities that have common characteristics such that they may be grouped together.
    • A makeshift or perhaps atypical specimen.
    • your inherent nature; personality, all-natural personality.
    • Goods or services used as payment, as e.g. in a barter.
    • comparable means utilized as reaction to an action.
    • Nature; natural impulse or personality.
    • Race; genus; types; generic course.
    • Sort; type; class; nature; style; character; fashion; manner; variety; information
    • Nature; all-natural constitution or personality.
    • Natural disposition, tendency, bent, or characteristic.
    • Natural descent.
    • A class; a sort; a species; a number of specific things having common characters distinct to them.
    • In a loose usage, an assortment; a particular difference or variant: because, a kind of reasonable fever. See sorts of, below.
    • Gender; intercourse.
    • particular way or means; way of action or procedure.
    • Race; family members; stock; lineage; a line of individuals relevant as mother or father or ancestor and son or daughter or descendant.
    • Blood-relationship.
    • Also, in phrases like what kind of a thing is it? he is an unhealthy sort of fellow (that's, anything of the type, a fellow of an undesirable sort), sort of has arrived to appear like an adjective element ahead of the noun, thus before a plural noun, after words like some, all, and especially these and people, it sometimes keeps the singular form: as, such men and women. This inaccuracy is very old, whilst still being far from rare, in both talking as well as in writing; but good use condemns it.
    • Synonyms kind, type (see kind); breed, types, set, family, description.
    • A cricket.
    • a category of things distinguished by some typically common characteristic or quality
  • idiom:
    • all kinds of casual loads of; sufficient: We have all forms of time and energy to finish the task.
    • in type With produce or products without with money: pay in sort.
    • in type in much the same or with an equivalent: came back the slight in sort.
    • variety of Informal Rather; significantly: i am variety of hungry.
    • of a sort Of the same sort; alike: my dad and my uncle are a couple of of a sort.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To beget.
  • others:
    • 1. Native; all-natural; characteristic; proper into the genus, types, or individual.
    • Of a sympathetic nature or personality; beneficently disposed: good-hearted; considerate and tender in treatment of other people; benevolent; benignant.
    • Loving; affectionate; full of tenderness; caressing.
    • Marked by sympathetic experience; continuing from goodness of heart; amiable; obliging: considerate: since, a kind work; sort therapy; best wishes.
    • Of a great character or quality; propitious; serviceable; adaptable; tractable: because, friendly climate; a horse type in use.
    • = Syn. 2 and 3. Gracious, Good-natured, an such like. (see benignant); Kindly, etc. (see kindly); harmless, beneficent, bounteous, nice, indulgent, tender, humane, caring, great, lenient, clement, moderate, mild, bland, friendly, amicable.
    • To beget.

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