He knew what all men were to know in time, that neither Newcastle nor Pitt were as free-handed as Walpole.
If he was free-handed to other people, what was to hinder him from bein' the same way to you?'
He was perfectly generous and free-handed with his money, which seemed pretty plentiful.
They are always telling you how generous you are,—how free-handed,—how benevolent.
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.