Definition of Light-handedly

1. Adverb. In a light-handed manner.

Partainyms: Light-handed



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Light-handedly

light-adapted eye
light-armed
light-blue
light-bulb
light-colored
light-cured resin
light-duty
light-duty vehicle
light-emitting diode
light-emitting diodes
light-fingered
light-footed
light-green
light-haired
light-handed
light-handedly (current term)
light-headed
light-headedly
light-headedness
light-hearted
light-heartedly
light-horseman
light-ion fusion
light-legged
light-minded
light-mindedness
light-near dissociation
light-o'-love
light-of-love
light-off temperature

Literary usage of Light-handedly

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1. New Grub street: A Novel by George Robert Gissing (1891)
"It was Alfred Yule's characteristic that he could do nothing light- handedly. He seemed always to converse with effort; he took a seat with stiff ..."

2. Entropy and Alchemy: The Problem of Individuality in an Age of Society by Edwin Stuart (2003)
"In other words, if the network itself had a clear set of positive values with which it light-handedly and gently nudged the public to raise its standards, ..."

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