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bearded, barbate, bewhiskered, whiskered, whiskeryadjective
having hair on the cheeks and chin
having a growth of hairlike awns
having a beard
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from beard.
Think every bearded fellow, that’s but yok’d,
May draw with you. William Shakespeare, Othello.
Old prophecies foretel our fall at hand,
When bearded men in floating castles land. Dryden.
As when a field
Of Ceres, ripe for harvest, waving bends
Her bearded grove of ears, which way the wind
Sways them. John Milton, Paradise Lost, b. iv. l. 982.
The fierce virago
Flew o’er the fields, nor hurt the bearded grain. Dryden.
Thou shouldst have pull’d the secret from my breast,
Torn out the bearded steel to give me rest. John Dryden, Aurengz.
A beard is the hair that grows on the jaw, chin, upper lip, lower lip, cheeks, and neck of humans and some non-human animals. In humans, usually pubescent or adult males are able to grow beards. Throughout the course of history, societal attitudes toward male beards have varied widely depending on factors such as prevailing cultural-religious traditions and the current era's fashion trends. Some religions (such as some sects of Islam, and Sikhism) have considered a full beard to be essential and mandate it as part of their observance. Other cultures, even while not officially mandating it, view a beard as central to a man's virility, exemplifying such virtues as wisdom, strength, sexual prowess and high social status. In cultures where facial hair is uncommon (or currently out of fashion), beards may be associated with poor hygiene or an unconventional demeanor. In countries with colder climates, beards help protect the wearer's face from the elements. Beards also provide sun protection.
having a beard
Bearded is a bi-monthly music magazine that distributes nationwide through WHSmith, Borders, independent record shops and newsagent's shops. The magazine covers the independent music industry and only reviews artists who are either unsigned or signed to independent record labels. Bearded is known for its high quality print which uses 100% recycled paper stock and its very high standard of art direction - commissioning illustrations from artists such as David Shrigley and Paul Davis.
fringed with hair: see barbated.
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The numerical value of bearded in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of bearded in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of bearded in a Sentence
Iran seems still for a lot of people to be bearded, elderly gentlemen with turbans. You see them, but you see not a lot of them, especially when you're dealing with business.
We can just say that this carbon signature is quite like that ofwalrusand bearded seals, both of which forage at the bottom of the sea.
There were about eight or so people, and there was a man in the middle on a horse, but he wasn’t holding his own reins — there was someone on the horse in front holding the reins — and Charlie, I guessed, was this comatose, bearded, long-haired guy with big eyes riding as if he’s just stuck to the back of a horse. Totally zoned out. You couldn’t take your eyes off him, my cousin turned back to me and said, ‘Wow, that guy’s weird.’ When we passed him and their whole group, she turned around again and said, ‘That must be Charlie,’ and I said, ‘Yeah … and Charlie’s freaky!’ We didn’t think anything of it.
The few, the proud, the bearded.”
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- vousatý, bradatýCzech
- barbudo, barbadoSpanish
- skeggjutur, skeggjaðurFaroese
- feusagach, ròmachScottish Gaelic
- barbudo, barbadoPortuguese
- fúzatý, bradatýSlovak
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