He knew what all men were to know in time, that neither Newcastle nor Pitt were as free-handed as Walpole.
They are always telling you how generous you are,—how free-handed,—how benevolent.
He was perfectly generous and free-handed with his money, which seemed pretty plentiful.
If he was free-handed to other people, what was to hinder him from bein' the same way to you?'
She took the largest view of hospitality and Nick had never seen her so splendid, so free-handed, so gracefully active.
Did he admit by that time that you were a good, free-handed liar?
He was a handsome man with his twisted mustache and Napoleon goatee, free-handed with his money, widely liked.
"An easy-going, free-handed gentleman," said Ames, the butler.
What a contrast this free-handed country to the mean spirit of Newfoundland!
He was free-handed with his money or rather with the Starosta's.