Lee “saw to it that the captured survivors were protected and treated with kindliness and consideration.”
The product of mistake or enthusiasm, they were remedied by explanation and kindliness.
"No, dear," answers Gertrude, with a kindliness in her voice.
As a man he was all kindliness and considerate thoughtfulness for others, and his ideal of life was a very high one.
The river has an aspect of kindliness and geniality and life-givingness.
The French and British in Canada seem to have behaved with quite extraordinary generosity and kindliness towards each other.
He patted her head, while all the kindliness of his gentle nature shone from his eyes.
After almost three hundred years, the "charms of her person, her elegance and kindliness of manner" are still remembered.
In the end Elizabeth consented—consented with kindliness of manner.
It had seemed to her that life might be very good indeed with his kindliness and sacrifice about her.