Regard (someone or something) sympathetically.
More example sentences
- But, against the run of play, Stanley had enough in their locker to take the lead after the referee, for a change, looked kindly on the visitors.
- But the Gods looked kindly on Freddie that day - undeservedly, I think - so I answered.
- But it wouldn't surprise me if history looked kindly on them in the coming years.
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