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infmlin some way or to some degree: "Did you like the movie?" "Kind of, but there were some weird things about it." I guess I kind of forget to show her, sometimes, that I love her.
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kind of

informal
used when you are trying to explain or describe something, but you cannot be exact: It was kind of strange to see him again.
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