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Kindness

ˈkaɪnd.nəs

Meanings of Kindness:

noun

The quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate.

Usage examples:

He thanked them for their kindness and support

Kindnesses

ˈkʌɪn(d)nəs

Meanings of Kindnesses:

noun

The quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate.

Usage examples:

He thanked them for their kindness and support

Meanings of Kindred:

noun

One's family and relations.

Usage examples:

Yet in all these instances family custom ensured some distribution of property to members of a prop…
adjective

Similar in kind; related.

Usage examples:

Books on kindred subjects

Meanings of Kindredless:

adjective

Having no kindred or relatives.

Meanings of Kindredly:

adverb

Similarly; in a like or related manner.

Meanings of Kindredness:

noun

= kindredship .

Meanings of Kindredship:

noun

The quality or state of being of the same kindred or family.

Kinds

kaɪnd

Meanings of Kinds:

noun

A group of people or things having similar characteristics.

Usage examples:

All kinds of music
adjective

Having or showing a friendly, generous, and considerate nature.

Usage examples:

She was a good, kind woman

Meanings of Kinema:

noun

Cinema.

Kinematics

ˌkɪnɪˈmatɪks

Meanings of Kinematics:

plural noun

The branch of mechanics concerned with the motion of objects without reference to the forces which cause the motion.

Usage examples:

Again i want to note that because photons are massless, newtonian kinematics and ‘force’ do us abso…

Kinematograph

ˌsɪnɪˈmatəɡrɑːf

Meanings of Kinematograph:

noun

An apparatus for showing motion-picture films.

Usage examples:

The cinematograph of the lumière brothers showed film at the grand café of the boulevard des capuci…

Meanings of Kinematographer:

noun

Cinematographer.

Meanings of Kinematographic:

adjective

Cinematographic.

Meanings of Kinematographical:

adjective

= cinematographical .

Meanings of Kinematographically:

adverb

Cinematographically.

Meanings of Kinematography:

noun

Cinematography.

Kinescope

ˈkɪnɪskəʊp

Meanings of Kinescope:

noun

A television tube.

Usage examples:

The procedure became obsolete when tape came in except that there were some foreign markets where t…

Meanings of Kinescoped:

noun

A television tube.

Usage examples:

The procedure became obsolete when tape came in except that there were some foreign markets where t…

Kinescopes

ˈkɪnɪskəʊp

Meanings of Kinescopes:

noun

A television tube.

Usage examples:

The procedure became obsolete when tape came in except that there were some foreign markets where t…

Meanings of Kineses:

noun

Movement; motion.

Usage examples:

In the end, i found it kind of unsatisfying: less overhead control than simple fiction, less intera…

Kinesics

kɪˈniː.sɪks

Meanings of Kinesics:

plural noun

The study of the way in which certain body movements and gestures serve as a form of non-verbal communication.

Usage examples:

Other kinds of human communication [besides speech] are sometimes called language: body language, o…
noun

The study of how people use body movements when they are communicating with other people

Usage examples:

The science of kinesics is now more than fifty years old., the purpose of this research assignment …

Kinesiology

kɪˌniː.siˈɒl.ə.dʒi

Meanings of Kinesiology:

noun

The study of the mechanics of body movements.

Usage examples:

She was certified in pilates technique and studied anatomy and kinesiology at the dance notation bu…

Meanings of Kinesis:

noun

Movement; motion.

Usage examples:

In the end, i found it kind of unsatisfying: less overhead control than simple fiction, less intera…

Meanings of Kinesthesia:

noun

Awareness of the position and movement of the parts of the body by means of sensory organs (proprioceptors) in the muscles and joints.

Usage examples:

Notably absent from this conventional taxonomy, however, is kinesthesia, our sensory awareness of t…

Kinesthetic

ˌkɪnɪsˈθɛtɪk

Meanings of Kinesthetic:

adjective

Relating to a person's awareness of the position and movement of the parts of the body by means of sensory organs (proprioceptors) in the muscles and joints.

Usage examples:

Kinaesthetic learning through a physical activity

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