open-handed

[ oh-puhn-han-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF open-handed

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OPEN-HANDED

But Bessie had the standards of an open-handed people to whom economy was not a virtue.

He was open-handed and unsuspicious—and wonderfully beloved.

Into this household I was received with open-handed graciousness.

He had been open-handed to her as regards money, and therefore she ought not to be troublesome!

Consequently, the world accounted him open-handed and devoted when enamoured.

There would have to be some important people, open-handed and generous.

She also was distinguished for her benevolence and open-handed charity.

But he has done liberal things—he is open-handed, that all say.

A compliment to our open-handed and indiscriminate generosity.

She extolled the open-handed liberality and artistic grace of Otho.

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