Thesaurus / kindness


If the situation turns one way—a neighbor who did you some kindness knocks on your door asking for a night of shelter—maybe you start down the path toward great humanity and courage.

Nonetheless, I will never forget the kindness the officers showed me.

So, I really value those people for who they are and the fact that they could treat me with kindness even though we disagree.

Yes, the universe will end, and everything that has ever happened, from the tiniest of human kindnesses to the grandest of cosmic explosions, will one day be erased from the record.

Developing regenerative technologies, which foster online kindness and empathy, and diversifying the tech field with women who research or are survivors of violence against women and girls could make a meaningful difference.

They can be led by a single hair of kindness—fanatical power may crush but can never drive them.

"Yes," said Tussie, his eyes on her mouth—surely a mouth only made for kindness and gentle words.

And interesting heroic men coming and going in swarms and being so grateful for kindness and entertainment.

RobinFrances Hodgson Burnett

Newman had a kindness for old memories, but he found it impossible not to perceive that Tristram was nowadays a very light weight.

The AmericanHenry James

There are thousands for whom a blow is a better thing than expostulation, persuasion, or any sort of kindness.

A Rough ShakingGeorge MacDonald


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


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