A kind of

Definition of A kind of

something belonging to the class of; something like to; - said loosely or slightingly.

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A cut in rates
A dark horse
A dead dog
A deep line of operations
A dog in the manger
A drawing of tea
A far cry
A feather in the cap
A few
A fighting chance
A flea in the ear
A forlorn hope
A fortiori
A friend at court
A good landfall
A good leg
A grain of allowance
A great gross
A greegree man
A hard case
-A kind of-
A labor of love
A man of mark
A marked man
A mensa et thoro
A month mind
A murrain on you
A note shaver
A pair of bellows
A per se
A piece of bric-a-brac
A piece of money
A pig in a poke
A play upon words
A posteriori
A power
A priori
A respecter of persons
A screw loose
A sheet in the wind
A ship's caliber
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