large-handed

Related to large-handed: big hand, give a big hand

large-handed

adj
generous; profuse
References in classic literature ?
Yet I do not call to mind that I was ever in my earlier youth the subject of remark in our social family circle, but some large-handed person took some such ophthalmic steps to patronize me.
Large-handed Al Habsi is known for his ability to save penalty kicks, which could be crucial if Oman make an unlikely escape from Group A, which also contains hosts Australia, South Korea and Kuwait.
Then, dressed like a suspiciously large-handed secretarial temp - or "Rachel, the admin horse" as he put it - Rhod, resplendent in a not entirely transformative brunette wig, was taken to test the waters of public acceptance at a crowded family pub in Aldershot.
One of the most impressive parts of the production is the baby-eating monster - a terrifying, large-handed puppet.
Jesus's physical characteristics are: eyebrows that meet (likewise Peter and Paul); beautiful sharp eyes; prominent nose (also Paul, Basil, John Chrysostom, and Cyril); curly-haired (only Cyril of the others); stooping; fair (also Athanasius); black-bearded; wheat-coloured of visage, "taking after his mother" (Mary is so described in one other text); and long-fingered - this attribute perhaps influenced by descriptions of Mary as large-handed; she is also round-faced in a monster Greek adjective likewise applied to the prophet Malachai.