103 adverbs to describe how to kind

"The inhabitants were exceedingly kind, so that one had not at all the feeling of being in the capital of an enemy.

John Newton was precisely the kind of man whom Hannah More needed to assist her in spiritual progress, and to direct her steps into paths of settled peace.

" "Still, she's awfully kind to you, isn't she?" "Awfully.

Mastery over words, like worthy mastery of any kind whatsoever, involves effort for yourself.

"Miss Dalstan has been very kind to me," he admitted slowly, "wonderfully kind.

"Looks like to me you are mighty kind to strangers.

Our men were extraordinarily kind to German prisoners in the ward.

He was an advocate whom no opponent could treat lightly, and was uniformly kind and agreeable.

Juanita had always been considered a lucky girl, however; one for whom the smaller chances of daily existence were invariably kind.

You do trust me so absolutely, you are so strangely over-kind to me, it is shame

"Unhappily I had no idea of the man's character, or I should never have dreamt of accepting his offer; but I was then in no state of mind to judge his nature or question his motives; he had proved himself infinitely kind and resourceful, so in my lonely and agitated condition I consented, little imagining what the dire result to me would be.

She is also remarkably kind.

Yet still he fills affection's eye, Obscurely wise, and coarsely kind; Nor, letter'd arrogance, deny Thy praise to merit unrefin'd.

" "You are all kindtoo kind," Mary cried; "but no one must say another word, please.

" Respecting Tsz-ch'an, the Master said that he had four of the essential qualities of the 'superior man':in his own private walk he was humble-minded; in serving his superiors he was deferential; in his looking after the material welfare of the people he was generously kind; and in his exaction of public service from the latter he was just.

O maiden innocently kind What sights I might have seen!

'And then you know,' he continued, 'it is so purely kind of him; for of course I am not fit to be a companion for Cadurcis, and perhaps, as far as that, no one is.

Yet our modern world is full of books about Success and successful people which literally contain no kind of idea, and scarcely any kind of verbal sense.

We may, then, in a general survey, regard epic poetry as being in all ages essentially the same kind of art, fulfilling always a similar, though constantly developing, intention.

The great German battle cruiser Moltke, one of the finest ships of its kind afloat, was destroyed in the engagement.

She seemed to be grateful for this and doubly kind, with only now and then the flash of a knowing look, or the trifle of a deep, swiftly questioning glance, born, I dare say, of that curiosity which the devil contrives to kindle in God's most angelic women.

And the responsibility for the disaster would be attributed to herself; was indeed so attributable with a kind of theatrical completeness seldom, to be found in life.

Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking be put away from you, with all malice, and be ye kind one to another, tender-hearted, forgiving one another, even as God, for Christ's sake, hath forgiven you."

That I dwell so long upon the attentions of this Atkinson, is only because his death, which happened just before we got to England, affected me so much, that he alone of all the ship's crew has engrossed my mind ever since; though indeed the captain and all were singularly kind to me, and strove to make up for my uneasy and unnatural situation.

A gentleman of the name of Pustan, who is settled as a merchant here, and whom I found excessively kind, endeavoured very earnestly to dissuade me from trusting myself among the Chinese without any protector, and advised me either to take a boat for myself or a place in the steamer; but both these means were too dear for my small finances, since either would have cost twelve dollars, whereas a passage in the junk was only three.

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