Synonyms & Antonyms : Kind
( Adjective )
He is kind to all.
Contextual Examples :
After the death of his father Raghav was appointed as an accountant in the same company on compassionate grounds.
His benign attitude to the subordinates is appreciated by the company’s management.
He has affable manners towards the fair sex.
Anita is very generous. She gives the children lovely presents on their birthday.
His lenient attitude has made his subordinates irregular in attendance.
His neighbors were quite sympathetic to his family during Ram’s illness.
The charitable institutions have been exempted from the new tax.
She was merciful to the prisoner.
Our organization has benefited from the philanthropic attitude of the business magnate.
We are all much too complacent about the quality of water supply.
The cruel king along with his cruel nobles had to surrender to the mob.
The king was callous to the genuine demands of the people. No wonder he was made to abdicate.
His attitude to the sick was marked by unfeeling and lack of human consideration.
The king was unkind to the slaves and the poor.
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