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kind of

kind of

adverb

Definition of KIND OF

1
:  to a moderate degree :  somewhat <it's kind of late to begin>
2
:  in a way that approximates :  more or less <kind of sneaked up on us>

Examples of KIND OF

  1. <those sheets are kind of new, so use something else to cover the floor while painting>

First Known Use of KIND OF

1775

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