- s given or giving freely
her fond and openhanded grandfather
- The Last Hurrah (John Ford; Columbia) is based on Edwin O'Connor's 1956 bestseller about the bad old days when political machines were run on blarney, graft, openhanded charity .
- When Frangois Mansard, the King's architect, appeared with his bill, it was a shock even to openhanded Louis.
- He is equally openhanded with his employees, pays them the highest factory wages in the Far East, knows as many as 2,000 by name.