kindly kindly  /ˈkaɪnd li/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and generosity
  2. (adj) pleasant and agreeable
  3. (adv) in a kind manner or out of kindness

Usage(s):

  1. So it was the humidity! How a kindly engineer from the Snowbelt made the Sunbelt boom.
  2. Out of jealousy, the caravan captain ruthlessly abandons a middleaged, kindly schoolteacher in the desert.
  3. And yet he has found a way to think kindly of those who oppress his people and vilify his name.

News

  1. New Nukes Overshadowed By Massive Retirements

    portsidedown Come again...? 6/13/2013 5:55:53 PM Would someone [perhaps the 'editor'] kindly translate the first paragraph of this into something resembling a coherent statement?
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Strategy Page

  2. The Newest Drinks To Grace The Menus Of The Most Badass Cocktails Bars In America

    The bartenders kindly sent them over for your review.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Business Insider via Yahoo! Finance

Quotes

  1. "The United States will not be viewed kindly if we confirm as chief law enforcement officer of this country someone who is unwilling or unable to recognize torture when he sees it," said Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois, the Senate's No.
    on Nov 8, 2007 By: Dick Durbin Source: Guardian Unlimited

  2. Shearer told PA Sport: "I got a call over the weekend off Derek Llambias (managing director) and Mike Ashley (owner) and I went round for a chat. They kindly asked if I would take charge for the remaining eight games and I asked for a little time to...
    on Apr 1, 2009 By: Alan Shearer Source: CNN International

  3. "We hope that his majesty (Saudi) King Adbullah will kindly take a prominent role to guide and assist the peace process," Karzai said.
    on Jan 28, 2010 By: Hamid Karzai Source: Toronto Star

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