- impartial; equitable: evenhanded justice.
Origin of evenhanded
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Examples from the Web for evenhanded
“We tried to be evenhanded, and Poitras is squarely on the side of Snowden,” Condon says.Can Condon's Freak Show Win Broadway?
November 18, 2014
Given a screeching demagogue and an evenhanded, mild-mannered technocrat, people will always be more drawn to the former.America’s Epidemic of Psychiatric Over-Diagnosis
June 21, 2013
To have any chance at success, Washington must end its pro-Israel favoritism in return for an evenhanded approach.Does Israel Meet The Quartet Conditions?
June 11, 2013
But here's the thing: the government's job is to be evenhanded, even with folks who don't like the job they're doing.Yes, What Happened at the IRS is a Scandal
May 16, 2013
When he starts disrupting the enemy, I will begin to concede that he can be treated—remotely—as evenhanded or worthy of praise.The Fallout from WikiLeaks' Latest Exposure
November 29, 2010
The Thin One settled all night disputes in the most evenhanded way.The Dew of Their Youth
S. R. Crockett
Did not evenhanded justice ere-long commend the poisoned chalice to their own lips?Daniel Webster for Young Americans
But the law is evenhanded; it levies an equal succession-tax on the transmission of badness as of goodness.Applied Eugenics
Paul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson
Word Origin and History for evenhanded
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