Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


My friend was, if any thing, kinder and more affectionate than ever.

All that one is able to record is that she was kinder to Yates than she had been at the beginning.

He kinder started when he see me, jumped on and begin to drive off.

Old mare's kinder skeery o' the engine, so I tied her a piece off.

The eyes were wide apart, and kinder than in the photographs.

I felt then it might be kinder to tell you I could never care.

I love them dearly; no people could ever be kinder to a thankless creature than they always are to me.

See the kinder shepherds round Him, Telling wonders from the sky!

It is true, the scholar had the softer soul, but the master had the kinder.

But nothing could have been kinder than the Gladstones' reception of them and of us.