bewhiskered bewhiskered


  • (adj) having hair on the cheeks and chin



  1. But China's booming free market experiment has brought the bewhiskered icons of capitalist decadence back to the nation's cities, tails held high.
  2. Many of them were still alive: they jolted on east and north out of France, bewhiskered and dirty, hardly aware of fame, but sighing with fatigue.
  3. To this was added a fantastic, ramshackle bureaucracy with bewhiskered officials dedicated to the ledgers of obscurantism.


  • Nation's oldest ultramarathon in Auburn is race within a race

    A few minutes before 8 o'clock on a pleasant Saturday night last June, well before an ocher-tinged sunset took hold in Auburn, a lithe, bewhiskered and bare-chested runner from Oregon named Timothy Olson crossed the finish line at Placer High School to set the course record at the Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run.
    on June 27, 2013     Source: The Sacramento Bee


  • ...his 1997 memoir Thin Ice: Coming of Age in Canada, author and New Yorker illustrator Bruce McCall wrote about his adolescent attempts to present Canadian history in comic book form: "What ensued was scene after scene of bewhiskered elderly...
    on Sep 2, 2007 By: Bruce McCall Source: Toronto Star

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