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  • adjective superlative form of handsome: most handsome.

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Examples

  • Thorpe had even heard him called the handsomest man in England -- though this seemed in all likelihood an exaggeration.

    The Market-Place

  • I think of his marrying her the moment she was widowed, in defiance of all the rules, and their being called the handsomest couple in England, married for love, which nobody but the two of them would have dared to do.

    The White Queen

  • I think of his marrying her the moment she was widowed, in defiance of all the rules, and their being called the handsomest couple in England, married for love, which nobody but the two of them would have dared to do.

    The White Queen

  • I think of his marrying her the moment she was widowed, in defiance of all the rules, and their being called the handsomest couple in England, married for love, which nobody but the two of them would have dared to do.

    The White Queen

  • The commander of his flagship Erebus, James Fitzjames, often called the handsomest man in the Royal Navy, looked as striking and humble as the war hero he was.

    The Terror

  • Then the father would force her to marry his son, who was known as the handsomest man in Scotland.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • Then the father would force her to marry his son, who was known as the handsomest man in Scotland.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • "No, nor the Holmes's Hole folks don't think much of Oldtown; it's pretty much according to who you talk to, which place is called the handsomest, I reckon."

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 23, September, 1859

  • "I think, my dear Brigit, that you are about the handsomest woman I ever saw -- that is, the handsomest _dark_ woman; but you look so damned ill-tempered that you will be hideous in ten years 'time."

    The Halo

  • The handsomest was the richly colored tiger bittern.

    IV. The Headwaters of the Paraguay

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