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noun 
  1. A type, race, or category; a group of entities that have common characteristics such that they may be grouped together.
What of a car do you drive?
What of a person are you?
This is a strange of tobacco.
  1. A makeshift or otherwise atypical specimen.
The opening served as a of window.
  1. (idiom) In goods or services rather than money (as in pay in kind).
  2. (idiom) By the same means (as in I'll pay in kind for his insult).
  3. (idiom) quite, Quite, rather, somewhat (as in He was kind of surprised.).
adjective 
  1. Showing benevolence.
  2. favorable, Favorable.
Etymology: cynde, cynd


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