"Kind of" is often used to say a thing, but rather euphemistically, toning it down, so that it doesn't look too harsh. The speaker knows that what he is saying is true, but just to tone it down he uses "kind of
Jack: Chris is such a douche!

Hans: Kind of!
by Andy1o1 February 18, 2011
This modifier means everything.
He's kind of sweet. (He's not sweet at all)

He's kind of smelly. (He's got bad odor, but we'll deal)

He's kind of amazing. (Oh my god, I'm obsessed with everything about him)
by COLsass June 4, 2005
One of the Fruits of the Holy Spirit. A visible attribute of a true Christian life as found in Galatians 5:22-23.
Kindness is doing something and not expecting anything in return. Kindness is respect and helping others without waiting for someone to help one back. It implies kindness no matter what.

We should live "in purity, understanding, patience and kindness; in the Holy Spirit and in sincere love; in truthful speech and in the power of God; with weapons of righteousness in the right hand and in the left". 2Corinthians 6:6-7
by LoveLight October 28, 2012
the act of going out of your way to be nice to
someone or show a person you care.
something that apparently does not exist in this world anymore.
doing an act of kindness would be for example, if you see
someone who looks upset or down, just simply smile and
say hello to them, maybe strike up a conversation.
by CatelynnMarie July 4, 2008
The act of not just being nice, but showing sympathy and understanding (plus a lot more of kind acts). True kindness is often understood through true pain.
Former anti-socials and rejects have a better understanding of current anti-socials and rejects. Thus, it is hypothetically better if you leave the situation to the former to show kindness to the latter.
by AetherSylph November 21, 2012
A small town at the tip of the thumb in Michigan. It is famous for being "Bean Capitol" of the world at one point in time. It is home to the beloved Kinde Polka Festival... the festival where you get drunk and polka until 4 AM every September. It is also home to the North Huron warriors who pride their colors of blue and gold. Major landmarks include the Kinde hill, the Kinde parking lot, and the Pasta House. Overall, it's just your typical small town full of wanna-be G's and thumbillies.
Where's the party at man? The party is in the classy town of Kinde, man.
by iceicebby December 31, 2011