adverb. ['ˈkɪndə'] to some (great or small) extent.
- sort of
Words that Rhyme with Kinda
Example sentences of the word kinda
1. Noun, plural
So on paper, the idea that turkey makes you drowsy kinda makes sense.
2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
The same principle works for questions where you kinda know the answer, but you're drawing some blanks.
3. Adjective, comparative
See, caffeine has a chemical structure that's kinda similar to adenosine.
4. Verb, base form
– it can also get, well, pretty weird and even kinda scary.
We love you, even if you have a reputation for being kinda funky.
6. Foreign word
The premise is totally everyday but the delivery is, well, kinda steamy.
7. Proper noun, singular
It’s a bit of an eclectic mix, but that kinda makes sense for me.
Quotes containing the word kinda
1. I love dressing up and doing the red carpet every once in a while, but I am very much a jeans kinda girl, so it's all a little embarrassing for me.
- Kelly Clarkson
2. A book without potty humor is like a banana split without hot fudge. It can still be good, I suppose, but you kinda get the feeling that something is missing.
- Dav Pilkey
3. I've done a lot of albums and I kinda know when I'm onto something that was inspirational for me to record and create, and this was one of those projects where I really enjoyed making the album.
- Lee Ritenour