- even-toed ungulate,
- evening bag,
- evening campion,
- evening class
Origin of evenhanded
Examples from the Web for evenhanded
“We tried to be evenhanded, and Poitras is squarely on the side of Snowden,” Condon says.
Given a screeching demagogue and an evenhanded, mild-mannered technocrat, people will always be more drawn to the former.
To have any chance at success, Washington must end its pro-Israel favoritism in return for an evenhanded approach.
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.
When he starts disrupting the enemy, I will begin to concede that he can be treated—remotely—as evenhanded or worthy of praise.
The Thin One settled all night disputes in the most evenhanded way.The Dew of Their Youth|S. R. Crockett
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
Did not evenhanded justice ere-long commend the poisoned chalice to their own lips?Daniel Webster for Young Americans|Daniel Webster