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
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  • 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
  • The picture of the bewhiskered trio, as he had last seen them, mulcted of four dollars and ninety cents and a ferry ticket, made him chuckle. Chapter 34
  • For those of you who visited the Livestock Centre, you will remember the bewhiskered gentleman who manned the sweetshop and tended the gardens.
  • It's dredged up from the imaginary cinematheque of the director's own mind: bewhiskered faces loom in and out of focus and the film stock switches from grey to tinges of blue and pink, with hi-tech flashes of colour painted in.
  • Exquisitely bewhiskered; stark, white antenna, straight as power lines, centred on his nose, dynamically oscillating. BEHINDLINGS
  • ‘Well, you just tell me where and when you want me and I'll be there,’ the bewhiskered handyman said.
  • Staggering and maundering to himself, with bloodshot eyes, and a raw and bleeding slash down one side of his bewhiskered face, he was altogether the most nauseating specimen of degradation and filth I had ever encountered. Page 5
  • During this period he experimented with a comic character, the bewhiskered Willie Work. Five People Born on April 20 | myFiveBest
  • The long-whiskered owlet, one of the world's small ... Archive 2009-10-01
  • The bewhiskered individual, who looked like a Scotsman, had the Teutonic name of Von Blix, and spoke with a strong American accent. Chapter 14
  • Rivalling the film's spectacular scenery for radiant, wintry beauty, Nicole Kidman plays Ada, pitching up in the town of Cold Mountain with her preacher pappy - a white whiskered Donald Sutherland.
  • ‘Well, I can't stop you,’ said the bewhiskered Brother.
  • While most of the pictured scientists are bewhiskered men, there are a few women in the set. Science
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  • The series of Oriental fantasies about a vain, bewhiskered enchanter whose power resides in one hair on his head, was well received by the critics but did not sell well.
  • These include Mikado pheasant (Syrmaticus mikado), collared bush-robin (Tarsiger johnstoniae), white-whiskered laughingthrush (Garrulax morrisonianus), and flamecrest (Regulus goodfellowi). Taiwan subtropical evergreen forests
  • ” Trips to the library revealed that the bewhiskered, barefoot man I’d fi rst seen looking out at me from the framed newspaper report, Henry James Stuart, was the builder, and he was anything but a hermit. Sonny Brewer - An interview with author
  • Aunt Olivia's kitten, a fat, bewhiskered creature, looking as if it were cut out of black velvet, shared our vigil and purred in maddening peace of mind. Chronicles of Avonlea
  • The two were used interchangeably as early as the 1920s, although some whiskered English traditionalists will still insist on "fount" in an elitist way, in the hope that it will stretch their authenticity all the way back to Caxton, the great British printer of Chaucer. The Guardian World News
  • The bewhiskered older man held the bridle of the buggy horse until Sam was settled in his seat.
  • Next he noticed a bewhiskered, youthful-looking man, sitting at a roll-top desk, who regarded him curiously. Chapter 33
  • Prominent among the pictures is an 1854 sepia photograph of Jonathan Pickering, the bewhiskered company founder.
  • Family groups, anxious mother and proud, whiskered father... THE GOLDEN LION
  • Jaime blinked as a bewhiskered old man crossed in front of her toward a mummy leaning against the far wall; the man had a large pair of scissors in one hand.
  • Unfortunately the ranks of bewhiskered military men, fashionable in Victoria's imperial times, were rarely replaced by new heroes in the impoverished 20th century.
  • We were not the only large mammals in this forest, and would sometimes catch a glimpse of a doe-eyed, bewhiskered face peering at us through the kelp.
  • Exquisitely bewhiskered; stark, white antenna, straight as power lines, centred on his nose, dynamically oscillating. BEHINDLINGS
  • A pair of athletes, scienced to the tips of their vibrating digits, compelled to appeal to the courtesy of a wild and well-whiskered Legislature, would doubtless appear inconsistent to gentlemen of the National Sporting Club of London, who were anxious to have the big fight settled within earshot of Bow Bells, in the luxurious rooms of the London National Sporting Club. The Confessions of a Caricaturist, Vol 2 (of 2)
  • In front of the camera were two unfakable underdogs: rugged Kentuckian Ray Salyer as the railman, and Gorman Hendricks as his older, bewhiskered friend. Where American Dreams Went to Drink
  • This miserable creature --- Wesley deduced --- was none other than the fabulously bewhiskered Path- finder). BEHINDLINGS
  • Between the red-whiskered man and the white-hatted man sits Ben Wasson. Moon Face:The Shadow and the Flash
  • The endearing Eastern Barred Bandicoot is a small animal characterised by a slender, elongated head tapering to a pink nose and well whiskered muzzle.
  • The picture of the bewhiskered trio, as he had last seen them, mulcted of four dollars and ninety cents and a ferry ticket, made him chuckle. Chapter 34
  • For those of you who visited York Livestock Centre, you will remember the bewhiskered gentleman who manned the sweetshop and tended the gardens.
  • As George gazed at the strange, bewhiskered tree before her, she wondered if it could have anything to do with the witch tree symbol. THE WITCH TREE SYMBOL
  • Le Pont de l'Arc-en-ciel = The Rainbow Bridge (fictional place over which animals go after death); le petit animal à moustaches = the little whiskered animal (the cat); l'animalité (f) = animality; le partage (m) = sharing. guetter - French Word-A-Day
  • He's this wonderful, bewhiskered, white haired servant, hovering with a tray in the background.
  • The bewhiskered gent is but an image on a screen behind me.
  • When a white van with two more whiskered men pulled up to the huddle, Sergeant Tommy Wright stepped out of his gold Ford Explorer.
  • Her efforts are wasted on this film while the principal actor is similarly squandered as the bewhiskered wizard who follows them through time and tries to restore them to their rightful place in the world.
  • He is a kind of bewhiskered Sir Galahad who goes in quest of Trilby instead of the Holy Grail, and having found her, sits down on her bed and cheers her up while she kisses and caresses him. The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 1.
  • Andrea thrilled us with his free-diving skills, only to be easily outdone by his bewhiskered dancing partners.
  • Next he noticed a bewhiskered, youthful-looking man, sitting at a roll-top desk, who regarded him curiously. Chapter 33
  • Her own fingers were itching to touch his whiskered jaw, her lips craved the taste of his.
  • The whiskered clowder of cuteness is currently living in foster care.
  • Chinese thrushes compete with other birds with extraordinary names: white-rumped shamas, red-whiskered bulbuls.
  • Farther back, there's furtive jack-in-the-pulpit and mayapple, and along our driveway, wild columbine's whiskered pendants.
  • No, he's probably watching, ‘the bewhiskered fellow complained.’
  • Out in the pond I had fantastic views of a whiskered tern wheeling around and picking food of some sort out of the water.
  • A related species, the whiskered auklet, has a similar tangerine-like plumage odor, and other sea birds such as shearwaters and storm petrels have distinct musky odors.
  • A kindly, gray-whiskered old gentleman came tottering and rocking into view, his rosy, wrinkled face beaming benediction on the world as he passed through it -- on the sunshine dappling the undergrowth, on the furry squirrels sitting up on their hind legs to watch him pass, on the stray dickybird that hopped fearlessly in his path, at the young man sitting very rigid there on his bench, at the fair, sweet-faced girl who met his aged eyes with the gentlest of involuntary smiles. The Tracer of Lost Persons
  • Eventually they arrived, the new vehicle of choice for whiskered hippie types who explored the trails in jeans and flannel shirts way before grunge became popular.
  • In 1919 the Washington Post applauded "serious cleaning up" of "bewhiskered, ranting, howling, mentally warped, law-defying aliens" and "international misfits," and in subsequent generations we find parallel support for official, well-muscled efforts to make us feel safe by finding an internal enemy that can be attacked. Michael Roth: Review of Jay Feldman's Manufacturing Hysteria
  • Many of the most destructive grasshopper species have poetic-sounding names: There's the whitewhiskered grasshopper and the threebanded, spottedwinged, redshanked and bigheaded varieties as well. Day of the Grasshopper Looms
  • Nyanja-speaking half-castes of well-sweep and learning have dhressed reinsulated in sugar-beets of life, that appear very brown-whiskered scan-ty to thought or to celestine; so many, that he who disclaims them is slummed to think that he lesquelles enterprise and fortuitousness asking over all external agency, and bidding help and hindrance scamper before them. dionysius of resbalandose was wonderful, and he speakest it with a stern-davit of his devil-dusted. Blogs That Look Like Blogs But Ain’t – Splogs « Lorelle on WordPress
  • 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
  • Kevin, take a break from excitable, bewhiskered German philosophers of the 19th century!

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