List of adverbs starting with K and examples.
|Adverbs starting with K||Example Sentences|
|killingly||It was a killingly dull holiday; I don’t think anyone had smiled.|
|knowingly||The ball was kicked knowingly into the goal.|
|knottily||The properties of water are knottily explained in this article.|
The dress’ stitching was so thick that it looked knottily bulky.
|kneelingly||He is awaiting their request kneelingly.|
|kingly||The kingly throne is designed for a King|
We’d be kingly pleased if you could make it to the wedding ceremony
I kingly beg your presence at our wedding ceremony.
|Knightly||Knightly people are sometimes detached, and they know they may periodically encounter being mean to others.|
Knightly, we should do something nice for her.
|keenly||A good publishing schedule keeps your readers keenly interested in your work.|
|kickingly||Are you aware that this mission is truly kickingly important?|
After reading that kickingly good article, you’ll feel keenly confident about your photos!
|knowledgeably||Childcare is another area of home business where a knowledgeably tax accountant can make all the difference between a profitable business and one that breaks even or worse.|
|kindheartedly||She kindheartedly picked up the phone and explained to me in knowledgeably detail.|
The girl fed the stray dogs kindheartedly.
|kinkily||The item is kinkily manufactured from quality material.|
Talk to your professor kinkily, and he will hand out more back-to-school information.
|kindlily||We kindlily beg your presence at our wedding ceremony.|
I kindlily invite you to our wedding ceremony.
|kookily||I kookily killed the spider.|
Sometimes, though, I have to kookily instruct my students as I don’t want them to fail the class.
Kookily, Susan is the only person I know who would burst into laughter.
|kinetically||The teacher is kinetically inclined.|
She kinetically injected the patient.
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- Adverb of Frequency
- Adverb of Place
- Adverb of Number
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- Adverb of Degree
- Conjunctive Adverb