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

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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

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

      informal

      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