kindly definition

  • adjective:
    • Of a sympathetic, helpful, or benevolent nature: a kindly interest; a gentle, kindly heart. See Synonyms at kind1.
    • Agreeable; pleasant: a kindly snap.
    • Archaic Inside the legislation; lawful.
    • Obsolete All-natural to its kind.
    • Having a form personality.
    • in accordance with the type or nature; natural.
    • Humane; congenial; sympathetic; hence, disposed to accomplish good to; benevolent; gracious; type; helpful
    • positive; moderate; mild; auspicious; beneficent.
    • pleasant and agreeable
    • showing or inspired by sympathy and comprehension and generosity
  • adverb:
    • away from kindness: She kindly overlooked their particular error.
    • In a form manner: He spoke kindly to us.
    • happily; agreeably: the sun's rays shone kindly.
    • In an accommodating manner: could you kindly fill in your title and address?
    • Obsolete you might say or course that's normal; fittingly.
    • In a form way, regarding kindness.
    • in a favourable way.
    • Please; regularly make a polite demand.
    • With type acceptance; combined with simply take.
    • Obviously; fitly.
    • In a sort way; congenially; with good might; with a disposition to make others delighted, or to oblige.
    • in a form manner or away from kindness
  • others:
    • Of or related to kind, nature, or source.
    • Of a suitable nature or high quality; fit; proper.
    • Consonant in sort; appropriate; agreeable.
    • Native; related to nativity; indigenous. Sen kindly tenant, the following.
    • Naturally built-in; inborn; innate.
    • Of legitimate birth; lawfully begotten.
    • Obviously inclined to good; sympathetic; benevolent: since, a kindly old gentleman; a kindly personality; in addition, benignant; gracious.
    • smooth; pleasant; energizing; positive; advantageous: as, kindly baths.
    • In a normal or native manner
    • By heart; carefully.
    • By nativity; as regards nature or source.
    • Congenially; readily; in an instant; with aptitude.
    • In a form manner; with sympathetic pain, consideration, or great will.
    • Lovingly; affectionately; tenderly.
    • Propitiously; auspiciously; positively.
    • As an act of kindness; as a compliment or benefit; good-naturedly: within the expression to take (something) kindly.

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