He is to be admired for his kindness and genuine pastoral concern for all the members of his flock.
Courtesy, kindness, and punctuality: the old Trot was adept at all the old bourgeois virtues.
Spall plays him brilliantly as a grumbling, grunting beast of a man whose sensitivity and kindness emerges slowly.
She had always had fits of kindness, but as she grew closer to a life alone, she began courting people who suffered.
“An object lesson in responsibility and kindness,” thinks her father.
And when I tried to thank them for their kindness he laid his hand upon my shoulder.
What can I say to you except that this kindness takes away some of the sting of going.
So like Hugh, with his generous impulses ever ready to do a kindness.
Who would have thought my nephew could have so misconstrued my kindness?
Your face interested her, and your kindness to little Karen.