kind (n.) Old form(s): kinde
manner, way, state
1H4 I.iii.119[King Henry to Hotspur] you shall hear in such a kind from me / As will displease you
AW I.iii.174[Countess to Helena, of Helena's eyes displaying her love of Bertram] in their kind they speak it
H8 II.iii.66[Anne to Lord Chamberlain] I do not know / What kind of my obedience I should tender
KL[Lear to an imaginary beadle and whore] Thou hotly lusts to use her in that kind / For which thou whipp'st her
MA II.i.59[Leonato to Hero, of marriage] If the Prince do solicit you in that kind
MA IV.i.195[Leonato to Benedick, of those harming Hero] they shall find, awaked in such a kind, / Both strength of limb and policy of mind
MM III.ii.185[Escalus to Mistress Overdone] Double and treble admonition, and still forfeit in the same kind?
R2 II.iii.142[York to all, of Bolingbroke] But in this kind to come, in braving arms
Sonn.95.7[] That tongue ... / Cannot dispraise, but in a kind of praise ... blesses an ill report
TC II.iii.127[Agamemnon to Patroclus, of Achilles] [we] underwrite in an observing kind / His humorous predominance

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