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kinda

[kahyn-duh] /ˈkaɪn də/
adverb, Pronunciation Spelling.
1.
kind of; rather:
The movie was kinda boring.
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  • It was kinda fun to pour my water, take a sip, and watch everyone wait for me to get sick.
  • It's actually worth reading a couple of paragraphs of the article so you kinda wonder on the things missing from the text.
  • Any economy based on such a population is kinda a joke.
  • The resource curse kinda makes sense when viewed under the law of comparative advantage.
  • Folks, this may be the new normal, but it's also kinda insane.
  • Many people have kinda social surrogates, it is might be called as new social evolution in this time.
  • First, there's now visual data to back up the idea that everything looks kinda gray when you feel blue.
  • Now first of all, your wording kinda throws me off a bit.
  • The campus is small but kinda pretty, it is also a suitcase college as well.
  • Some groups found that repulsive, others found it kinda cool.
Word Origin and History for kinda

1890, representing a casual pronunciation of kind of.

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