||With kind regards
||★ ☆ ☆ Uncommon
||Online Only (chat, messaging, e-mail)
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.
||"Thanks again for responding so quickly. I look forward to seeing you soon!
||October 8, 2014