Kindness (noun)

  1. The quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate.
  2. A helpful or generous act.

Origin:

Middle english: from old english cynd(e) "nature, character", cȳð "known, familiar", of germanic origin; related to kin.

Examples:

  1. He showed her kindness.
  2. She appreciated his kindness.
  3. The kindness was unexpected.
  4. The kindness was appreciated.
  5. The kindness was remembered.
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