kindliness (Meaning)

Wordnet

kindliness (n)

friendliness evidence by a kindly and helpful disposition

Webster

kindliness (n.)

Natural inclination; natural course.

The quality or state of being kindly; benignity; benevolence; gentleness; tenderness; as, kindliness of disposition, of treatment, or of words.

Softness; mildness; propitiousness; as, kindliness of weather, or of a season.

kindliness Sentence Examples

  1. She was known for her kindliness and generosity, always willing to help those in need.
  2. The kindliness of the strangers saved the lost dog from the cold and lonely night.
  3. The teacher's kindliness and patience helped the struggling student overcome their learning difficulties.
  4. The doctor's kindliness and bedside manner put the nervous patient at ease.
  5. The kindliness of the neighbor's offer to help with the yard work was heart-warming.
  6. The kindliness of the animal shelter staff made the adoption process smooth and heartwarming.
  7. The customer service representative displayed kindliness and understanding when resolving the issue.
  8. The kindliness and compassion of the volunteers made the fundraiser a success.
  9. The kindliness of the bystanders during the accident made a difficult situation more bearable.
  10. The kindliness of the stranger who offered directions to the lost traveler was a welcome sight.

FAQs About the word kindliness

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venom, intolerance, hatred, hatred, hostility, ill will, malevolence, antagonism, enmity, malice

She was known for her kindliness and generosity, always willing to help those in need.

The kindliness of the strangers saved the lost dog from the cold and lonely night.

The teacher's kindliness and patience helped the struggling student overcome their learning difficulties.

The doctor's kindliness and bedside manner put the nervous patient at ease.