whiskered

[ US /ˈwɪskɝd/ ]
[ UK /wˈɪskəd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having hair on the cheeks and chin
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How To Use whiskered In A Sentence

  • ‘My sacking from the programme reveals exactly what the company thinks of the countryside and country people,’ writes the bewhiskered farmer from the Fens.
  • For most of his career, the 69-year-old stage and TV actor has specialised in playing older character parts - more often than not the kind of fearsomely whiskered old coves who look like they'd be pretty handy with a blunderbuss.
  • The cat is a product of particularly grand draughtsmanship, in which stripes and dots have been delicately assembled to produce a magnificently whiskered tabby. Paintings from the Lost Tomb of Nebamun
  • And a bewhiskered man in green wellingtons wandered back and forth trying to identify the winner of a bottle of whisky in a raffle to boost the Countryside fund.
  • I don't care to be told that I resemble royalty; it wakes too many unpleasant memories, and in the case of Franz-Josef it was downright foolish, for while he cut a fairish figure, tall, dark and well-moustached and whiskered, he had no more style than a clothes-horse - and I ain't got a Hapsburg lip or the stare of a backward haddock. Watershed
  • Occasionally I would be rewarded with a wee, twitching, whiskered snout poking out of the little yellow house.
  • If you're a glutton for Dickens and you'll need to be, with the BBC already stuffing its schedules with the forthcoming bicentenary of his birth, jolly spoofery abounds in The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff, which features Robert Webb as an upstanding Victorian retailer of nonsense items thrown into sudden penury by bewhiskered evil Stephen Fry in a stovepipe hat. Phil Hogan's Christmas TV highlights
  • He was a bewhiskered, distinguished-looking gentleman.
  • The omnifarious assembly included pale, prim-whiskered young clerks; shabby, lonely, sallow young women, whose sallowness and shabbiness stamped them with the mark of integrity; other females whose specious splendor was not nearly so reassuring; old men, broken-down men, middle-aged men of every description, except the well-to-do. Short Story Classics (American) Vol. 2
  • In the neighbourhood of Obydos, the Ateles paniscus has its abode; while in the Upper Amazon the white-whiskered coaita (Ateles marginatus) takes its place. The Western World Picturesque Sketches of Nature and Natural History in North and South America
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