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kind (adj.) 1showing natural feeling, acting by nature
kind (adj.) 2loving, affectionate, fond
kind (adj.) 3friendly, agreeable, pleasant
kind (adj.) 4gracious, full of courtesy
kind (adj.) 5generous, liberal, benevolent
kind (adj.) 6happy, good, favourable
kind (adv.)  kindly, lovingly, with affection
kind (n.) 1nature, reality, character, disposition
kind (n.) 2manner, way, state
kind (n.) 3role, part
kind (n.) 4mode of action, business, matter
kind (n.) 5breed, lineage, stock, family
kind (n.) 6nature, close natural relationship
kind (n.) 7respect, regard, particular
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AW V.iii.308 [Helena to Bertram] I found you wondrous kind
CE I.i.44 [Egeon to Duke, of his problems] Drew me from kind embracements of my spouse
2H6 I.i.19 [King to Queen] I can express no kinder sign of love / Than this kind kiss [second instance]
KJ V.vii.108 [Prince Henry to all] I have a kind soul that would give thanks
Sonn 105.9 [] Fair, kind, and true, is all my argument
Tit I.i.64 [Saturninus to Tribunes and Senators] be as just and gracious unto me / As I am confident and kind to thee
TS V.ii.14 [Petruchio to Baptista] Padua affords nothing but what is kind