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  • His earlier work is looked on somewhat more kindly than his later work.
  • However, the history books of the time did not speak kindly of his actions.
  • Kindly see my condition and save me from the earth which is like an ocean.
  • He had been a kindly husband to his first wife, and his second marriage was also happy.
  • Most of the girls take kindly to the changes and are able to keep an open mind.
  • The boy kindly takes him to his house and takes care of the musician.
  • She kindly turned him down though they remained friends.
  • Members found him kindly in personal life, and easy to approach.
  • In this role she treated everyone kindly and knew about everything going on in society.
  • He speaks in it so kindly of some German soldiers who gave themselves up. Cited from Good Old Anna, by Marie Belloc Lowndes
  • What impressed me even then, was how kindly the two treated their fans.
  • Our former war enemies have no reason to handle us particularly kindly.
  • He and his brothers make their way towards the source - a cottage owned by a kindly old woman.
  • He is constantly asking people to talk more kindly about one another.
  • Was it the two priests who held my hands and encouraged me with kindly eyes? Cited from Possessed, by Cleveland Moffett
  • He had warm heart toward his fellow men and his hand was ready to kindly deed.
  • She is a kindly old lady despite her situation.
  • It can do no harm, and it will make her think of you kindly when you are far away. Cited from Good Old Anna, by Marie Belloc Lowndes
  • Even in her autobiography, she kindly never told the couple's real name.
  • The government did not look kindly on his activities.
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Meaning of kindly

  • adverb In a kind manner or out of kindness
    He spoke kindly to the boy, she kindly overlooked the mistake