Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019Examples from the Web for kinderMr. Huckabee far overshadows his kinder, gentler Gov. Huckabee.|Dean Obeidallah|January 6, 2015Your sister-in-law is kinder and truly taken aback that you look “so healthy!”|Lizzie Crocker|November 26, 2014One of his kinder letters of recommendation warned that his scholarship was “open to the charge of sensationalism.”|Tom Arnold-Forster|November 3, 2014Carroll was kinder, shrugging that “you can only take a person at his word.”|Olivia Nuzzi|July 10, 2014Sobriety brought a new, kinder, and gentler Womack, who often expressed remorse and regret over his past offenses.|David Masciotra|June 29, 2014We can kinder straighten up matters—hold onto the public morals a little more—and give edication a punch ahead.|H. H. RileyNothing could be kinder or more friendly than the reception met with from all on shore.|Albert Hastings MarkhamI kinder larfed in my sleeve to hear the sly coot try to come round, and find out who I was and all about me.|Ann S. StephensWas it not much better and kinder, both to sleep upon them myself, and to allow others also the pleasure of sleeping upon them?|VariousThis time the sea was kinder to her, but the land proved her enemy.|Henrietta HaynesSEE MORE EXAMPLESSEE FEWER EXAMPLESBritish Dictionary definitions for kinderkind1/ (kaɪnd) /adjectivehaving a friendly or generous nature or attitudehelpful to others or to anothera kind deedconsiderate or humanecordial; courteous (esp in the phrase kind regards)pleasant; agreeable; milda kind climateinformal beneficial or not harmfula detergent that is kind to the handsarchaic lovingSEE MORESEE LESSWord Origin for kindOld English gecynde natural, native; see kind ²kind2/ (kaɪnd) /nouna class or group having characteristics in common; sort; typetwo of a kind; what kind of creature?an instance or example of a class or group, esp a rudimentary oneheating of a kindessential nature or characterthe difference is one of kind rather than degreearchaic gender or sexarchaic nature; the natural orderin kind (of payment) in goods or produce rather than in moneywith something of the same sortto return an insult in kindkind of informal (adverb)somewhat; ratherkind of tired(sentence substitute)used to express reservation or qualified assentI figured it out. Kind ofSEE MORESEE LESSWord Origin for kindOld English gecynd nature; compare Old English cyn kin, Gothic kuni race, Old High German kikunt, Latin gensusageThe mixture of plural and singular constructions, although often used informally with kind and sort, should be avoided in serious writing: children enjoy those kinds (not those kind) of stories; these sorts (not these sort) of distinctions are becoming blurredCollins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition . Kinder definition, of a good or benevolent nature or disposition, as a person: a kind and loving person. See more.. Kinder Find more words! Another word for Opposite of Meaning of Rhymes with Sentences with Find word forms Translate from English Translate to English Words With Friends Scrabble Crossword / Codeword Words starting with Words ending with Words containing exactly Words containing letters Pronounce Find conjugations Find names.