Handsomely



[han-suh m-lee] /ˈhæn səm li/

adverb
1.
in a manner; pleasingly; successfully.
adv.

1540s, “conveniently,” from handsome + -ly (2). Meaning “attractively” is from 1610s; “liberally” from 1735.

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