Meaning With kind regards
Type Acronym
Rank ★ ☆ ☆  Uncommon
Usage Online Only (chat, messaging, e-mail)
Comments WKR may be used at the end of an email message before a person's name. It is similar to saying "Regards," but is a bit more polite. Of course, typing an acronym is less formal than writing out "Regards" so you can use WKR at your own discretion.
Example "Thanks again for responding so quickly. I look forward to seeing you soon!

Updated October 8, 2014