overkind

overkind

(ˌəʊvəˈkaɪnd)
adj
too kind
References in classic literature ?
The heart of my once overkind mistress was again melted into pity.
What you said of me personally, my work, is overkind.
He is so demanding one minute and overkind the next.
Win was reward for solid heat effort, and now disputes outright favouritism, although draw has not been overkind.
The draw wasn't overkind to Hine and he will have to face the much-vaunted Chris Mason.
Perhaps Joyce is a little overkind to 15-year-old Matt, who understandably lusts after his young female probation officer, but there is an unmistakable truth behind this novel I didn't want to put down or to end.