If he went wrong at any time, he went wrong by too generous a judgment of other men, too open-handed a policy.
He was open-handed and unsuspicious—and wonderfully beloved.
I sent three, feeling that nothing would be lost by being "open-handed."
He had been open-handed to her as regards money, and therefore she ought not to be troublesome!
It was too straight, too open-handed, Whitey Mack had laid his cards too plainly on the table.
But he has done liberal things—he is open-handed, that all say.
One is open-handed, but apt to exact a large degree of humility, and must be approached with deference.
A compliment to our open-handed and indiscriminate generosity.
The Foresters of bygone days seem to have been a free, open-handed race, and keen sportsmen to boot.
She extolled the open-handed liberality and artistic grace of Otho.