kindliness[ kahynd-lee-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF kindliness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KINDLINESS
The kindliness of her heart and her desire for the seemly joys of life were unweakened.
His large voice was modulated to kindliness as he spoke in a casual manner.
I too wanted to return and thank the public for its attention, its kindliness, and its emotion.
Which is true tact and kindliness, and worthy of high praise.
This was no soil for kindliness and affection to blossom in.
The pleasantness, the kindliness, the apparent desire for Tony's society were a cheat.
When he returned to lunch, however, he was struck by Lisa's kindliness.
The kindliness which Claire showed to Florent was but a slight consolation to him.
The kindliness of the poor to the poor makes a man sick of himself.
You have blown out the sparks of love and kindliness, and have for ever robbed the Universe.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR KINDLINESS
- close relation
- fellow feeling
- mutual attraction
- mutual fondness