Synonyms of kind in English

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noun

1‘she brought all kinds of gifts’

SYNONYMS
sort, type, variety, style, form, class, category, genre
genus, species, race, breed, family, strain, order, natural kind
brand, make, model, design, version, line, mark

2‘the trials were different in kind from any that preceded them’

SYNONYMS
character, nature, essence, quality, disposition, make-up, calibre
type, style, stamp, manner, description, mould, cast, temperament, ilk, kidney, persuasion
North American stripe
archaic grain

Synonyms of kind in English

: kind1kind2

kind2


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adjective

1‘she's a kind girl and often rings me’

SYNONYMS
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


Phrases

    kind of

    ‘it got kind of cosy’


    SYNONYMS
    informal

    rather, quite, fairly, moderately, somewhat, a little, slightly, a shade

    in a way, in a manner of speaking, after a fashion, as one might say

    informal

    sort of, a bit, kinda, pretty, a touch, a thought, a tad, ish