He is kind.
This is your responsibility. It's not the kind of thing you can laugh off.
Cancer may be related to viruses of some kind.
This form looks kind of complicated. Help me fill it out.
The people in this town, generally speaking, are kind to visitors.
At the bottom of the letter he wrote "Kind regards," then signed his name.
Tom's friends were very kind when he lost his job.
She's popular, not because she's beautiful, but because she's kind to everyone.
It is said that Japanese people are kind to people they know, but rather cold to those they don't.
He is strong, brave and, above all, kind.
As a rule, I prefer people who deal with matters of this kind directly with those involved.
The food athletes eat is just as important as what kind of exercises they do.
I had never eaten any kind of Thai food, so I was pretty excited about going to a Thai restaurant with my grandmother.
He dislikes unexpectedness and emergencies of any kind.
He is by nature a kind person and is popular with the children in his neighborhood.
English word "amable"(kind) occurs in sets:SXA personality adjectives Spanish300 most important Spanish adjectives 51 - 75300 adjetivos más importantes en inglés 150 - 175Fichas del libro - "Familiar Quotations" (Various)Fichas del libro - "Artful Anticks" (Oliver Herford)
She's an amiable person, she's cheerful and helpful. Our chat on the street was amiable
Amy’s name was very apt: she was so amiable that she was twice voted class president.
She is amiable to everybody.
So amiable was the mood of the meeting that a decision was soon reached.
She was in an amiable mood.
At no period of our ancient history does there appear to have been greater attention paid to the culture of the female mind than during the age of Elizabeth and at no time has there existed a greater number of amiable and respectable women.
He was an amiable fellow, but had a certain reserve that he would not let you casually trespass upon.
She is not only beautiful but also amiable.
She seemed an amiable girl, but then I was disappointed with her impoliteness.
amiable and capable of deep relationship
He seemed an amiable young man
An amiable fellow, Neil got along with just about everyone.
To those few who knew him well he was even amiable.
Roger Ascham one day paying a visit to the amiable but unfortunate Lady Jane Grey found her employed in reading Plato while the rest of the family were engaged in a hunting party in the park.
English word "amable"(amiable) occurs in sets:Fichas del libro - "Our Katie" (Anonymous)Fichas del libro - "A Book of Nonsense" (Edward Lear)Fichas del libro - "Little Cinderella" (Anonymous)Fichas del libro - "The Gipsy Fortune Teller" (W. ...Fichas del libro - "The Candy Country" (Louisa M. ...
If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all.
At Christmas he went out of his way to buy me a really nice model plane.
The style is nice, but do you have it in a different color?
Whenever my uncle comes, he brings some nice things for us.
Beef stew should be nice and thick.
For goodness' sake, please be nice to him.
We all wondered why she had dumped such a nice man.
That couple spends quite a bit of money eating at nice restaurants.
Nice guys finish last.
Why don't you try this jacket on? It looks nice with your trousers.
Nice weather added to our pleasure.
It seemed like a nice idea at the time, but I wish I hadn't done it.
What I don't understand is why the children aren't being allowed to play outside on such a nice day.
A nice roast chicken is one of my favorite dishes.
English word "amable"(nice) occurs in sets:Fichas del libro - "'Me and Nobbles'" (Amy Le Feuvre)Fichas del libro - "May Flowers" (Louisa May Alcott)Fichas del libro - "The Motor Routes of France" (G...Fichas del libro - "The Bad Family and Other Stori...Fichas del libro - "The Jumblies and Other Nonsens...