Claudia Roden's approach to Middle Eastern culinary culture is at once light-handed and scholarly.
light-handed as we were, and without an efficient head, I was aware that our situation was a critical one.
That's how I put it, in an easy, light-handed, convincing sort of way.
He was light-handed, quick, deferential, and soothing—a prince among Orderlies.
The medical reports promised well, and Hay's letters were as humorous and light-handed as ever.
But the light-handed Partha cut them off before they could reach him.
The anchor was weighed, and the transport ran out under her fore-topsail, as they were light-handed, and had to secure the anchor.
John Storm went home that day light-handed but with a heavy heart.
Elizabeth Ann's head whirled with this second light-handed juggling with the sacred distinction between the grades.