kindness

[ kahynd-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF kindness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KINDNESS

It won't be much, but I should like to do it on account of his kindness about the boat.

And she never so much as dreamt that he would cast an eye on her save in kindness.

But do try to believe, at the same time, that my own selfishness has been a kindness to you.

This object, through the kindness of friends, was accomplished.

He was resolved to let me see, that I should have nothing to expect from his kindness.

"Ask Mrs. Holroyd if she will have the kindness to come here for a minute," he said to the servant.

O the words of kindness, all to be expressed in vain, that flowed from her lips!

And I know papa will be so grateful to you for all your kindness to me!

The family affection of the Jew, his kindness to his kindred, have become proverbial.

We must be ready to do good to all who are in need of our help and kindness.

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