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  • Section 11: Words Starting with K. k. k . k. k is the eleventh letter of the

  • English alphabet. It is also a written abbreviation of kilometre or kilometres. A metric unit

  • of length equal to 1000 meters (or 0.621371 miles). About twenty kilometres from the border.

  • keen. k . e . e . n . keen. keen means having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw

  • fine distinctions. An keen observer of politics and politicians.

  • keen on. keen on. keen on means wanting to do something or wanting something to happen

  • very much. I wasn't too keen on going to the party.

  • keep. k . e . e . p . keep. keep means keep in a certain state, position, or activity.

  • The students keep me on my toes. key. k . e . y . key. key means metal device

  • shaped in such a way that when it is inserted into the appropriate lock the lock's mechanism

  • can be rotated. There's a special key for winding up this clock.

  • keyboard. k . e . y . b . o . a . r . d . keyboard. keyboard means device consisting of a set

  • of keys on a piano or organ or typewriter or typesetting machine or computer or the

  • like. A computer keyboard. kick. k . i . c . k . kick. kick means strike

  • with the foot. The boy kicked the dog. kid. k . i . d . kid. kid means a young person

  • of either sex. They're just kids. kill. k . i . l . l . kill. kill means cause

  • to die; put to death, usually intentionally or knowingly. This man killed several people

  • when he tried to rob a bank. killing. k . i . l . l . i . n . g . killing.

  • killing means an event that causes someone to die. A series of gangland killings.

  • kilogram. k . i . l . o . g . r . a . m . kilogram. kilogram means one thousand grams; the basic

  • unit of mass adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites. A kilogram is approximately 2.2

  • pounds. kilometer. k . i . l . o . m . e . t . e . r

  • . kilometer. kilometer means a metric unit of length equal to 1000 meters. The fire destroyed

  • some 40,000 square kilometres of forest. kind. k . i . n . d . kind. kind means a category

  • of things distinguished by some common characteristic or quality. What kinds of desserts are there?

  • kindly. k . i . n . d . l . y . kindly. kindly means showing or motivated by sympathy and

  • understanding and generosity. He has kindly agreed to let us use his barn for the dance.

  • unkind. u . n . k . i . n . d . unkind. unkind means lacking kindness. A thoughtless and

  • unkind remark. kindness. k . i . n . d . n . e . s . s . kindness.

  • kindness means the quality of being warmhearted and considerate and humane and sympathetic.

  • I can never repay your many kindnesses to me.

  • king. k . i . n . g . king. king means a male sovereign; ruler of a kingdom. The kings and

  • queens of England . kiss. k . i . s . s . kiss. kiss means touch

  • with the lips or press the lips as an expression of love, greeting, etc. The newly married

  • couple kissed. kitchne. k . i . t . c . h . n . e . kitchne.

  • kitchne means a room equipped for preparing meals. She's in the kitchen.

  • km. k . m . km. km means km is a written abbreviation for kilometre. The fire destroyed some 40,000

  • square kilometres of forest. knee. k . n . e . e . knee. knee means hinge

  • joint in the human leg connecting the tibia and fibula with the femur and protected in

  • front by the patella. I grazed my knee when I fell.

  • knife. k . n . i . f . e . knife. knife means edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has

  • a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle. Rifles exploded quick knives of fire into

  • the dark. knock. k . n . o . c . k . knock. knock means

  • deliver a sharp blow or push. rap with the knuckles. Knock on the door.

  • knot. k . n . o . t . knot. knot means a tight cluster of people or things. A small knot

  • of women listened to his sermon. know. k . n . o . w . know. know means be

  • cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information. I want to know who is

  • winning the game! unknown. u . n . k . n . o . w . n . unknown.

  • unknown means an unknown and unexplored region. They came like angels out the unknown.

  • well known. well known. well known means widely or fully known. A politician who is well known.

  • knowledge. k . n . o . w . l . e . d . g . e . knowledge. knowledge means the psychological

  • result of perception and learning and reasoning. He has a wide knowledge of painting and music.

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