kindly (adv.) Old form(s): kindely
in accordance with human nature, expressing normal humanity
AYL II.iii.53[Adam to Orlando] my age is as a lusty winter, / Frosty, but kindly [i.e. taking its natural course; or: of benefit]
R3 II.ii.24[Boy to Duchess of York, of Richard] he ... kindly kissed my cheek
TG II.iv.38[Valentine to Silvia] Thurio ... spends what he borrows kindly in your company
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