Hándsomeness. n.s. [from handsome.] Beauty; grace; elegance.
Accompanying her mourning garments with a doleful countenance, yet neither forgetting handsomeness in her mourning garments, nor sweetness in her doleful countenance. Sidney.
For handsomeness sake, it were good you hang the upper glass upon a nail. Bacon's Natural History,
In cloths, cheap handsomeness doth bear the bell. Herbert.
Persons of the fairer sex like that handsomeness for which they find themselves to be the most liked. Boyle.