kindly

Kindly vs Politely - What's the difference?

kindly | politely |


As adverbs the difference between kindly and politely

is that kindly is in a kind manner, out of kindness while politely is in a polite manner.

As an adjective kindly

is having a kind personality.

Kindly vs Ample - What's the difference?

kindly | ample | Related terms |

Kindly is a related term of ample.


As adjectives the difference between kindly and ample

is that kindly is having a kind personality while ample is large; great in size, extent, capacity, or bulk; spacious; roomy; widely extended.

As an adverb kindly

is in a kind manner, out of kindness.

Kindly vs Carefully - What's the difference?

kindly | carefully |


As adverbs the difference between kindly and carefully

is that kindly is in a kind manner, out of kindness while carefully is (lb) sorrowfully.

As an adjective kindly

is having a kind personality.

Kindly vs Reliable - What's the difference?

kindly | reliable | Related terms |

Kindly is a related term of reliable.


As adjectives the difference between kindly and reliable

is that kindly is having a kind personality while reliable is suitable]] or fit to be [[rely on|relied on; worthy of dependence or reliance; trustworthy.

As an adverb kindly

is in a kind manner, out of kindness.

As a noun reliable is

something or someone or dependable.

Amenable vs Kindly - What's the difference?

amenable | kindly | Related terms |

Amenable is a related term of kindly.


As adjectives the difference between amenable and kindly

is that amenable is willing to respond to persuasion or suggestions while kindly is having a kind personality.

As an adverb kindly is

in a kind manner, out of kindness.

Kindly vs Worthy - What's the difference?

kindly | worthy | Related terms |

Kindly is a related term of worthy.


As adjectives the difference between kindly and worthy

is that kindly is having a kind personality while worthy is having worth, merit or value.

As an adverb kindly

is in a kind manner, out of kindness.

As a noun worthy is

a distinguished or eminent person.

As a verb worthy is

to render or treat as worthy; exalt; revere; honour; esteem; respect; value; reward; adore.

Dashing vs Kindly - What's the difference?

dashing | kindly | Related terms |

Dashing is a related term of kindly.


As adjectives the difference between dashing and kindly

is that dashing is spirited, audacious and full of high spirits while kindly is having a kind personality.

As a verb dashing

is .

As a noun dashing

is the action of the verb to dash.

As an adverb kindly is

in a kind manner, out of kindness.

Proper vs Kindly - What's the difference?

proper | kindly | Related terms |

Proper is a related term of kindly.


As adjectives the difference between proper and kindly

is that proper is (lb) suitable while kindly is having a kind personality.

As adverbs the difference between proper and kindly

is that proper is (scotland) properly; thoroughly; completely while kindly is in a kind manner, out of kindness.

Kindly vs Advantageous - What's the difference?

kindly | advantageous | Related terms |

Kindly is a related term of advantageous.


As adjectives the difference between kindly and advantageous

is that kindly is having a kind personality while advantageous is being of advantage, beneficial.

As an adverb kindly

is in a kind manner, out of kindness.

Kindly vs Top-notch - What's the difference?

kindly | top-notch | Related terms |

Kindly is a related term of top-notch.


As adjectives the difference between kindly and top-notch

is that kindly is having a kind personality while top-notch is of the highest quality; excellent, first-rate.

As an adverb kindly

is in a kind manner, out of kindness.

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