handsomely : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an attractively handsome manner
the volume was handsomely bound
- r in a generously handsome manner
India has responded handsomely by providing 3,000 men
- But it's hard to muster a ton of sympathy for a guy profiting handsomely from a hatchet job on his own sister regardless of how miserably she may have treated him.
- And it rewards them handsomely.
- Yes, this is the ill-informed premise of Grand Canyon, a Different View, a handsomely-illustrated volume also on sale at the bookstores.
News & Articles
- Video: Xbox boss issues worst possible response to Xbox One critics
Tech bloggers and reporters love to complain about dealing with public relations companies, but there’s a reason these firms exist — and a reason they get paid so handsomely. By working with PR firms on messaging and positioning when it comes to hot button issues, scenarios like the one that unfolded during Xbox boss Don Mattrick’s interview with GameTrailers might be avoided. Instead, Microsoft ...
June 12, 2013 - BGR News via Yahoo! News
- Charlie Weis in Guardian Unlimited
I felt like I was kind of at a crossroads in my life,Weis said. "I'm a football coach. I'm paid handsomely to be a football coach. I thought that might be the end of it."
- Boris Johnson in International Herald Tribune
This is not the most handsomely wrapped present,Johnson said. "It's meant to show the frugality of the new regime."
- Rupert Murdoch in The Guardian
Content is not just king, it is the emperor of all things digital,said Murdoch. "We're on the cusp of a digital revolution from which our shareholders will profit handsomely."