Synonyms for Kind:

adj.

all (adjective)
genial.
beneficial (adjective)
beneficent.
benevolent (adjective)
chivalrous, beneficent, bountiful, altruistic, generous, high-minded, considerate, alms-giving, neighborly, philanthropic, humane, unselfish, benignant, munificent, noble, humanitarian, charitable, motherly, benevolent, compassionate, goodhearted.
forgiving (adjective)
clement.
friendly (adjective)
neighborly.
generous, good (adjective)
philanthropic, tenderhearted, indulgent, gentle, compassionate, sympathetic, obliging, clement, benevolent, beneficent, altruistic, gracious, softhearted, cordial, humanitarian, thoughtful, courteous, neighborly, charitable, amiable, benign, kindhearted, understanding, considerate, lenient, good-hearted, kindly, humane, mild, tolerant.
good-natured (adjective)
good-hearted.
just (adjective)
noble-minded.
kindhearted (adjective)
kindhearted.
mild (adjective)
gentle, peaceable, quiet, peaceful, lax, mild, benign, tender, charitable, cordial, clement, libertarian, open-minded, soft, meek, liberal, amiable, benevolent, permissive, tolerant, sweet, insipid, forbearing, lenient, moderate, even, broad-minded, genial.
paternal (adjective)
fatherly.
soft (adjective)
easy going.
softhearted (adjective)
softhearted.

n.

protective, avoidable, harmless, innocuous, controllable, safe, secure, sound, preventable. goodhearted, Warm-hearted, warm, attitude, nice, caring. cross-section, grouping. categorization (noun)
classification.
category (noun)
genotype, denomination, sort, feather, set, genus, clan, category, line, class, stripe, classification, style, make, caste, level, phylum, grain, rank, people, ilk, persuasion, type, stock, race, Family, species, label, step, brand, series, taxonomy, breed, mold, grade, form, degree, order, designation, stamp, variety, strain, kingdom.
character (noun)
individuality, disposition, stature, character, standing, personality, reputation, nature, peculiarity, temperament, repute, description.
class, species (noun)
genus, classification, variety, brand, type, race, set, ilk, order, Family, sort, breed.
cognition (noun)
sort, form, variety.
ethnic group (noun)
race.
kind (noun)
humane, gracious, openhearted, gentle, considerate, kindhearted, good-hearted, benevolent, good, variety, merciful, tolerant, forgiving, form, kindly, generous, hospitable, helpful, sympathetic, sort, benign, benignant, thoughtful, genial, charitable.
tender (noun)
inoffensive, understanding, well-meaning, warmhearted, noble-minded, solicitous, acquiescent, Mollifying, doing good unto others, courteous, compliant, sensitive, tenderhearted, willing, softhearted, patient, accommodating, other-directed, well-disposed, easy going, Assisting, mellow, fatherly, obliging, tactful, delicate, complaisant, indulgent.
type, character (noun)
mold, persuasion, style, nature, denomination, temperament, description, designation, stamp, stripe.

v.

obliging (verb)
accommodating.

Other synonyms:

goodhearted, well-meaning, sensitive, caring, harmless, grouping. devoted
solicitous.
harmless
innocuous.
helpful
helpful.
innocuous
inoffensive.
kind
good.
permissive
indulgent.
softhearted
tenderhearted.
tender
softhearted.

Usage examples for kind

  1. " The lady is very good and kind – The Shadow of the Cathedral by Vicente Blasco Ibañez
  2. It is good love, I know; and you must be kind to me, and not make me do what I don't like to do. – Alec Forbes of Howglen by George MacDonald
  3. I feel ready for any kind of work now. – The End of the Rainbow by Marian Keith