kindly[ kahynd-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF kindly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KINDLY
"I shall not call upon you to do that," said the lawyer, kindly.
Bates was a stout sailor, rough in appearance, but with a warm and kindly heart.
Every one we came in contact with, both high and low, treated us most kindly.
It was the gray-headed man with the glasses and the kindly look about the eyes.
He has kindly furnished us with an excuse for being so long together, said she.
And secondly, will you kindly remember that, whether this be natural or not, it is true?
It is kindly and homely to me to hear her voice and to feel that she is behind me.
She considered, giving him, after her kindly way, the benefit of the doubt.
Her second was to receive them kindly and then serve them as she had served Ayllon.
The woman asked him kindly where he came from, and where he was going to; but he could not answer her.