Kind and Severe


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Kind adjective – Having or marked by sympathy and consideration for others.
Usage example: a kind person who regularly volunteers at the homeless shelter

Severe is an antonym for kind in topics: considerate, generous.
Nearby Words: kindly, kindness, kindliness
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Severe adjective – Given to exacting standards of discipline and self-restraint.
Usage example: a severe, uncompromising teacher who locked the classroom door precisely when the bell rang and let no one in afterward

Kind is an antonym for severe in topics: harsh, difficult, uncompromising.
Nearby Words: severely, severity, severed
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