Synonyms of kind in English:

kind1

noun

  • 1 she brought all kinds of gifts he named the kinds of bird that could be seen
  • 2 the trials were different in kind from any that preceded them the book was the first of its kind
    character, nature, essence, quality, disposition, make-up, calibre; type, style, stamp, manner, description, mould, cast, temperament, ilk, kidney, persuasion; North Americanstripe
    archaic grain
  • Phrases

    kind of

    informal it got kind of cosyratherquitefairlymoderatelysomewhata littleslightlya shadein a wayin a manner of speakingafter a fashionas one might say informalsort ofa bitkindaprettya toucha thoughta tadish

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    Synonyms of kind in English:

    kind2

    adjective

  • she's a kind girl and often rings me it was so kind of him to help out
    kindly, good-natured, kind-hearted, tender-hearted, warm-hearted, soft-hearted, good-hearted, tender, caring, feeling, affectionate, loving, warm, gentle, mellow, mild; considerate, helpful, thoughtful, obliging, unselfish, selfless, altruistic, good, cooperative, accommodating, attentive; compassionate, sympathetic, understanding, big-hearted, benevolent, benign, friendly, neighbourly, courteous, agreeable, pleasant, nice, amiable, hospitable, well meaning, well intentioned, public-spirited, well meant; generous, magnanimous, indulgent, tolerant, charitable, gracious, lenient, humane, merciful, clement, pitying, forbearing, long-suffering, patient; liberal, open-handed, lavish, bountiful, unsparing, unstinting, beneficent, munificent, giving; philanthropic; handsome, princely
    British informal decent
    literary bounteous
    rare benignant
    [Antonyms] unkind inconsiderate mean cruel
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