handsomely


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hand·some

 (hăn′səm)
adj. hand·som·er, hand·som·est
1.
a. Pleasing in form or appearance, especially having strong or distinguished features: a handsome man; a woman with a handsome face.
b. Having stately or attractive proportions or appearance; impressive: a handsome manor; a sleek, handsome car. See Synonyms at beautiful.
2. Large in amount or measure; generous or considerable: a handsome reward; won by a handsome margin.
3. Marked by or requiring skill or dexterity: did some handsome maneuvers on the skating rink.
4. Appropriate or fitting: a handsome location for the new school.

[Middle English handsom, handy : hand, hand (from Old English) + -som, n. suff.; see -some1.]

hand′some·ly adv.
hand′some·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.handsomely - in an attractively handsome manner; "the volume was handsomely bound"
2.handsomely - in a generously handsome manner; "India has responded handsomely by providing 3,000 men"

handsomely

adverb generously, amply, richly, liberally, lavishly, abundantly, plentifully, bountifully, munificently He was rewarded handsomely for his efforts.
Translations
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handsomely

[ˈhænsəmlɪ] ADV
1. (= attractively) [illustrated, dressed] → espléndidamente
2. (= generously) [pay, reward] → generosamente, espléndidamente
3. (= convincingly) [win, beat] → fácilmente, por un amplio margen
this strategy has paid off handsomelyesta estrategia bien ha merecido la pena

handsomely

[ˈhænsəmli] adv
[reward] (gen)largement; (financially)généreusement
[win] → haut la mainhands-on [ˌhændzˈɒn] adj
(= practical) [training, experience] → pratique
(= involved) [manager] → de terrain
She has a very hands-on approach → Sa politique est de mettre la main à la pâte.

handsomely

adv
(= attractively) produced, bound, printed, dressedschön
(= generously) paygroßzügig; reward, profitreichlich; (= convincingly) winüberlegen; this strategy has paid off handsomelydiese Strategie hat sich voll ausgezahlt

handsomely

[ˈhænsəmlɪ] adv (generously) → generosamente; (attractively) → graziosamente

handsome

(ˈhӕnsəm) adjective
1. (usually of men) good-looking. a handsome prince.
2. very large; generous. He gave a handsome sum of money to charity.
ˈhandsomely adverb
ˈhandsomeness noun
References in classic literature ?
At the first glimpse they beheld nothing extraordinary: a handsomely furnished room, of moderate size, somewhat darkened by curtains; books arranged on shelves; a large map on the wall, and likewise a portrait of Colonel Pyncheon, beneath which sat the original Colonel himself, in an oaken elbow-chair, with a pen in his hand.
Grose's suspense blazed at me, but it was too late now, and I brought the thing out handsomely.
Well, you'll let me have the boy, though," said the trader; "you must own I've come down pretty handsomely for him.
Well, then, Sandy, as our enterprise is handsomely and successfully ended, I will go home and report; and if ever another one --"
He went handsomely equipped with "conditions," but otherwise he was not an object of distinction there.
Tom was suffering in reality, now, so handsomely was his imagination working, and so his groans had gathered quite a genuine tone.
Seesaw followed them and handsomely offered to see them "apiece" down the road, but Rebecca declined his escort with such decision that he did not press the matter, but went to bed to dream of her instead.
This she had been prepared for when she entered the house; but meant, having once talked him handsomely over, to be no farther incommoded by any troublesome topic, and to wander at large amongst all the Mistresses and Misses of Highbury, and their cardparties.
The house was handsome, and handsomely fitted up, and the young ladies were immediately put in possession of a very comfortable apartment.
Fairfax, the housekeeper, away to her friends at a distance; but he did it handsomely, for he settled an annuity on her for life: and she deserved it--she was a very good woman.
He was a man of about sixty, handsomely dressed, haughty in manner, and with a face like a fine mask.
They often `came down' handsomely, and Scrooge never did.