Definition of someone's kind in US English:

someone's kind


  • Used to express disapproval of a certain type of person.

    ‘I don't apologize to her kind ever’
    • ‘Academics usually plough a narrow disciplinary patch, whereas intellectuals of his kind roam ambitiously from one discipline to another.’
    • ‘He then became very hostile, calling her a devil-worshipper and shouting that ‘her kind’ had no business coming into a Christian center.’
    • ‘Their kind could never have survived the public scrutiny of commercialized fame.’
    • ‘The summit of ambition for most men of his kind is to live in town when they are old, with everything on tap.’
    • ‘When did they start letting your kind in here?’