Definition of even-handedly in English:



See even-handed

  • ‘The note suggests that the author was seeking to review the case fairly and even-handedly and the final conclusion against prosecution comes as something of a surprise.’
  • ‘If it is a matter of national interest, and if the Minister wants us to put politics to one side, then she must deal with all parties even-handedly and equally.’
  • ‘‘He treated the prosecution and the defense even-handedly,’ says a Western diplomat.’
  • ‘At a local level, regeneration programmes must not only be fair to all groups but also be seen to treat communities even-handedly.’
  • ‘In relation to the law I think parents of either sex should be treated even-handedly.’