9 Metaphors for handsomes

Handsome though the black-tail is, the white-tail is the most beautiful of all deer when in motion, because of the springy, bounding grace of its trot and canter, and the way it carries its head and white flag aloft.

I.The Social Amenities of Highbury Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever, and rich, with a comfortable home and happy disposition, was the younger of the two daughters of a most affectionate and indulgent father, and had, in consequence of her sister's marriage, been mistress of his house from a very early period.

The wife, though neither handsome nor clever, was a hard-working person, and supported herself and idle husband by taking in washing.

HANDSOME IS THAT HANDSOME DOES Those who use this proverb can never have seen Mrs. Conrady.

Handsome, wild, brilliantthat was the Doctor.

Some asters now are almost as large and as handsome as chrysanthemumsastermums, they call themand the pink ones are especially lovely.

Mother says he is not quite as handsome as father was, at his age, but so like him, it is surprising!" "Men may be handsome and not alike.

The handsomest and best preserved coin ordinarily current was the florin, worth two pauls and a half.

"Oh, he isn't as handsome as yours," said the sister, "but he's much more courageous and daring!"

9 Metaphors for  handsomes