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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -handsomest-, *handsomest*
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110 yards deep and is said to be one of the handsomest pits in the county.ลึก 110 หลา \ และมันถือได้ว่าเป็นอุโมงค์ที่หล่อเหลาที่สุดในประเทศแล้ว The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister (2010)
You're just the handsomest kitten I've ever seen.เธอคือลูกแมวรูปหล่อที่สุด ที่ฉันเคยเจอ Sense Memory (2011)
For many months now I have considered her one of the handsomest women of my acquaintance.สำหรับหลายเดือนที่ผ่านมา ผมได้พิจารณาแล้วว่า หล่อนเป็นคนที่สวยที่สุดในบรรดาผู้หญิงที่ผมสนิทสนมด้วย Episode #1.5 (1995)
He is the handsomest man that was ever seen!เขาเป็นคนที่หล่อที่สุดที่เคยเห็นมา Episode #1.6 (1995)
fortunately, our handsomest politicians came up with a cheap, Iast-minute way to combat global warming.โชคยังดีที่นักการเมืองที่แข็งแกร่งที่สุดของเรา คิดหนทางง่ายๆแบบนาทีสุดท้าย ที่จะต่อสู้กับภาวะโลกร้อน An Inconvenient Truth (2006)
oh,and here comes the handsomest one of them all.มาแล้ว หมอที่หล่อที่สุด Let the Truth Sting (2007)
I am the handsomest and the fastest and the bravest.ฉันหล่อที่สุด เร็วที่สุด และกล้าหาญที่สุด Snow Buddies (2008)

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handsomestThe handsomest flower is not sweetest.

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
handsomest    (j) (h a1 n s @ m i s t)

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Handsome \Hand"some\ (h[a^]n"s[u^]m; 277), a. [Compar.
     {Handsomer} (-[~e]r); superl. {Handsomest}.] [Hand + -some.
     It at first meant, dexterous; cf. D. handzaam dexterous,
     ready, limber, manageable, and E. handy.]
     1. Dexterous; skillful; handy; ready; convenient; -- applied
        to things as persons. [Obs.]
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              That they [engines of war] be both easy to be
              carried and handsome to be moved and turned about.
                                                    --Robynson
                                                    (Utopia).
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              For a thief it is so handsome as it may seem it was
              first invented for him.               --Spenser.
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     2. Agreeable to the eye or to correct taste; having a
        pleasing appearance or expression; attractive; having
        symmetry and dignity; comely; -- expressing more than
        pretty, and less than beautiful; as, a handsome man or
        woman; a handsome garment, house, tree, horse.
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     3. Suitable or fit in action; marked with propriety and ease;
        graceful; becoming; appropriate; as, a handsome style,
        etc.
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              Easiness and handsome address in writing. --Felton.
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     4. Evincing a becoming generosity or nobleness of character;
        liberal; generous.
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              Handsome is as handsome does.         --Old Proverb.
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     5. Ample; moderately large.
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              He . . . accumulated a handsome sum of money. --V.
                                                    Knox.
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     {To do the handsome thing}, to act liberally. [Colloq.]
  
     Syn: {Handsome}, {Pretty}.
  
     Usage: Pretty applies to things comparatively small, which
            please by their delicacy and grace; as, a pretty girl,
            a pretty flower, a pretty cottage. Handsome rises
            higher, and is applied to objects on a larger scale.
            We admire what is handsome, we are pleased with what
            is pretty. The word is connected with hand, and has
            thus acquired the idea of training, cultivation,
            symmetry, and proportion, which enters so largely into
            our conception of handsome. Thus Drayton makes mention
            of handsome players, meaning those who are well
            trained; and hence we speak of a man's having a
            handsome address, which is the result of culture; of a
            handsome horse or dog, which implies well proportioned
            limbs; of a handsome face, to which, among other
            qualities, the idea of proportion and a graceful
            contour are essential; of a handsome tree, and a
            handsome house or villa. So, from this idea of
            proportion or suitableness, we have, with a different
            application, the expressions, a handsome fortune, a
            handsome offer.
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