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But there are several other handsome, rich young men in the world: handsomer, possibly, and richer than he is.
You will get a handsomer pair of sandals by and by," said the old woman, with a kindly look out of her beautiful brown eyes.
This long spear, so elegantly carved, and highly polished, belongs to Wormoonoo: it is far handsomer than the one which old Marheyo so greatly prizes; it is the most valuable article belonging to its owner.
No doubt it is handsomer than mine, and fitter for a ballroom.
Because, though the Frenchman is the handsomer of the two, he is also the baser; whereas the Englishman is not only a man of honour, but ten times the wealthier of the pair.
The men were stout, robust, active, and good looking, and the women handsomer than those of the tribes nearer to the coast.
It sometimes happens that a woman is handsomer at twenty-nine than she was ten years before; and, generally speaking, if there has been neither ill health nor anxiety, it is a time of life at which scarcely any charm is lost.
Sir Henry Fisher was a heavier, but handsomer edition of his brother, with a brow equally bald, but much more smooth.
She was a fine and handsome girl--not handsomer than some others, possibly--but her mobile peony mouth and large innocent eyes added eloquence to colour and shape.
She looked handsomer and more Diana-like than ever.
But he looked handsomer than I had seen him look for many a day.
It is handsomer to remain in the establishment better than the establishment, and conduct that in the best manner, than to make a sally against evil by some single improvement, without supporting it by a total regeneration.