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kind1 British & World English

A group of people or things having similar characteristics

kind2 British & World English

Having or showing a friendly, generous, and considerate nature

kind1 English Thesaurus

she brought all kinds of gifts

kind2 English Thesaurus

she's a kind girl and often rings me

in kind British & World English

In the same way; with something similar

kind of British & World English

Rather; to some extent

one's kind British & World English

People with whom one has a great deal in common

bread-kind British & World English

Food with a consistency resembling bread, such as yams or sweet potatoes

a kind of British & World English

Something resembling

of a kind British & World English

Used to indicate that something is not as good as it might be expected to be

someone's kind British & World English

Used to express disapproval of a certain type of person

kind-hearted British & World English

Having a kind and sympathetic nature

kind-hearted English Thesaurus

she was friendly and kind-hearted

of its kind British & World English

Within the limitations of its class

kind to in kind2 British & World English

(Of a consumer product) gentle on (a part of the body)

two of a kind British & World English

The same or very similar

be cruel to be kind British & World English

Act towards someone in a way which seems harsh but will ultimately be of benefit to them

nothing of the kind British & World English

Not at all like the thing in question

something of the kind British & World English

Something like the thing in question

be the marrying kind British & World English

Be the type of person who is likely or inclined to marry

some British & World English

Used to refer to someone or something that is unknown or unspecified

in kind in kind1 British & World English

In the same way; with something similar

one's kind in kind1 British & World English

People with whom one has a great deal in common

someone's kind in kind1 British & World English

Used to express disapproval of a certain type of person

kind of in kind1 British & World English

Rather; to some extent

close encounter of the first kind British & World English

Used to describe encounters involving increasing degrees of complexity and apparent exposure of the witness to aliens

of a kind in kind1 British & World English

Used to indicate that something is not as good as it might be expected to be

of its kind in kind1 British & World English

Within the limitations of its class

kissing cousin British & World English

A relative known well enough to be given a kiss in greeting

kind of in kind1 English Thesaurus

it got kind of cosy

one's own kind in kind1 British & World English

People with whom one has a great deal in common

be cruel to be kind in cruel British & World English

Act towards someone in a way which seems harsh but will ultimately be of benefit to them

nothing of the kind in kind1 British & World English

Not at all like the thing in question

something of the kind in kind1 British & World English

Something like the thing in question

close encounter of the first kind in close encounter British & World English

Used to describe encounters involving increasing degrees of complexity and apparent exposure of the witness to aliens

be the marrying kind in marry1 British & World English

Be the type of person who is likely or inclined to marry

close encounter of the first or second etc. kind in close encounter British & World English

Used to describe encounters involving increasing degrees of complexity and apparent exposure of the witness to aliens