Handsome in a sentence

Definition of Handsome

(of people, things, etc) Having a good appearance; good-looking. | Good, appealing, appropriate. | Generous or noble in character.

How to use Handsome in a Sentence?

  • Keith had no idea there were so many handsome and stylish young women in the world as he now saw.
  • He strolled about, looking at the handsome women, and presently found himself in the conservatory.
  • There was a heavy frown on his handsome young face, bitter discontent in his dark eyes.
  • There was a shadow upon his bronzed, handsome face as he watched her rather hesitating approach.
  • Now farewell! kiss your handsome wife for me until I can perform this solemn act in person.
  • Hooper of the 24th Massachusetts Infantry, with his long handsome auburn beard.
  • Mrs. Daker was living in a handsome apartment when I called upon her on the morrow of the ball.
  • No Federal thought the smooth-faced, handsome young man who was always with Jerry was a woman.
  • And besides this, Micio, It would be handsome to advance him something To try his fortune with.
  • With words as handsome as you can: and drive, As much as possible, that rival from her! PAR.
  • She was quite enchanted with the low bow the jeweller gave her as he closed his handsome plate-glass door.
  • There was an inquest, resulting in a verdict of death by apoplexy, and followed by a handsome funeral.
  • She found that her idea of the man she loved had been of height of figure and breadth of shoulders, a handsome face and fashionable attire.
  • He thought she referred to the girl, who looked wonderfully handsome in a tailor-made gown under a big white hat.
  • He looked handsome and sincere enough as he leant over and gazed in her face to have beguiled a wiser person than Phrony.
  • It had several commodious religious houses, some large, well-built churches, and a number of handsome residences.
  • The person so presented was a tall, handsome stripling with blooming red cheeks and no trace, as yet, of a beard.
  • His horse, tied to a little tree, was a very handsome one, and gayly decked out with red leather and ribbons.
  • My memorandum book mentions a conversation I had on the way with a very young and handsome rebel, one of the guard.
  • He was a handsome man in his rather colourless fashion, a man who would look any part with distinction from policeman to President.
  • It was a handsome room, though small, furnished with a looking-glass; here were also various coats and hats reposing upon chairs.
  • When Keith came out, a handsome trap was standing at the door, with a fine pair of horses and a liveried groom.
  • Mr. Culpeper rolled his large brown eyes, as handsome and as opaque as chestnuts, in the direction of his son.
  • She had once thought that black-eyed, handsome young Ferdy Wickersham was as near her ideal as any one else she knew.
  • No one could see him and not love that open, generous, handsome face, with its laughing blue eyes, and setting of rich brown curling hair.
  • Outside there was nothing to distinguish it particularly from the scores of other handsome houses that stretched for blocks up and down the street with ever-recurrent brown-stone monotony.
  • As for Archibald, he was a handsome vacancy, so to speak; a fine physical man wasted for lack of a spiritual man to carry him about and use him.

Short Example Sentence for Handsome

  • How handsome and bright-faced was dear Marmaduke!
  • Now, I will make a handsome offer to the public.
  • She knew the value of a large and handsome mansion in a fashionable quarter.
  • You will no doubt come off with a handsome fee, and all expenses paid.
  • What a contrast they form to the handsome Greek lady that now passes you.
  • He had forgotten how handsome the American girl is in her best appointment.
  • They were tall, dark, warmly flushed girls handsome rather than pretty.
  • They were on the whole handsome people, charitable minded, happy, and easy.
  • For all the world imagines you've acquir'd A fair and handsome fortune.
  • Many handsome compliments to your charming, (and as I hear) handsome wife.
  • She says he is twice as handsome as Augustus Mordaunt; which, good Lord!
  • A Handsome Fine Art Edition of the Poet's Works.
  • I am so glad!--And how handsome you are!

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