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beard

 (bîrd)
n.
1. A growth of hair on the chin, cheeks, and throat of a person, especially a man.
2. A tuft or growth of hairs, bristles, or other hairlike threads on a plant or animal.
3. One who serves to divert suspicion or attention from another, especially a person of the opposite sex who accompanies a gay man or lesbian to give the impression of heterosexuality.
4. Printing The raised slope on a piece of type between the shoulder or counter and the face. Also called neck.
tr.v. beard·ed, beard·ing, beards
1. To furnish with a beard.
2. To confront boldly.

[Middle English berd, from Old English beard; see bhardh-ā- in Indo-European roots.]

beard′less adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bearded - having hair on the cheeks and chinbearded - having hair on the cheeks and chin  
unshaved, unshaven - not shaved
2.bearded - having a growth of hairlike awnsbearded - having a growth of hairlike awns; "bearded wheatgrass"
awned, awny - having awns i.e. bristlelike or hairlike appendages on the flowering parts of some cereals and grasses; "awned wheatgrass"

bearded

adjective unshaven, hairy, whiskered, stubbly, bushy, shaggy, hirsute, bristly, bewhiskered a bearded 40-year-old sociology professor
Translations
مُلْتَحمُلتحِ، ذو لِحْيَه
vousatý
skægget
parrakas
bradat
skeggjaðurskeggjaîur
あごひげを生やした
수염이 난
bradat
skäggprydd
ที่เต็มไปด้วยหนวดเครา
có râu

bearded

[ˈbɪədɪd] ADJ (gen) → con barba; (heavily) → barbudo

bearded

[ˈbɪərdɪd] adjbarbu(e)

bearded

adj man, animal, facebärtig; the bearded ladydie Dame mit dem Bart

bearded

[ˈbɪədɪd] adjbarbuto/a

beard

(biəd) noun
1. the hair that grows on the chin. a man's beard; a goat's beard.
2. a group of hair-like tufts on an ear of corn. the beard on barley.
ˈbearded adjective
bearded men.

bearded

مُلْتَح vousatý skægget bärtig γενειοφόρος barbudo parrakas barbu bradat barbuto あごひげを生やした 수염이 난 gebaard skjeggete brodaty barbado бородатый skäggprydd ที่เต็มไปด้วยหนวดเครา sakallı có râu 有胡子的

bearded

a. barbudo.
References in classic literature ?
She opened with hospitable haste, and started as if another ghost had come to surprise her, for there stood a tall bearded gentleman, beaming on her from the darkness like a midnight sun.
After that she did not look along the alleyway any more, but tried to forget the con- test between the bearded man and the cat.
In another moment the stranger had reached their side, dripping as if rained upon, mopping his damp curls and handsome bearded face with his linen coat, as he threw himself pantingly on the ground.
The truth was,--and it is Phoebe's only excuse,--that, although Judge Pyncheon's glowing benignity might not be absolutely unpleasant to the feminine beholder, with the width of a street, or even an ordinary-sized room, interposed between, yet it became quite too intense, when this dark, full-fed physiognomy (so roughly bearded, too, that no razor could ever make it smooth) sought to bring itself into actual contact with the object of its regards.
I seem to have a stronger claim to a residence here on account of this grave, bearded, sable-cloaked, and steeple-crowned progenitor-who came so early, with his Bible and his sword, and trode the unworn street with such a stately port, and made so large a figure, as a man of war and peace -- a stronger claim than for myself, whose name is seldom heard and my face hardly known.
According as the shifting obscurity and flickering gleam hovered here or glanced there, it was now the bearded physician, Luke, that bent his brow; now St.
Now that he had no work to hold, he laid the knuckles of the right hand in the hollow of the left, and then the knuckles of the left hand in the hollow of the right, and then passed a hand across his bearded chin, and so on in regular changes, without a moment's intermission.
As I thought of all I owed that noble fish, I kneeled by the river's bearded lip, among the nettles and the meadowsweet, and swore by the inconstant moon that trout and I were henceforth kinsmen, and that between our houses should be an eternal amity.
While thus he spake, th' Angelic Squadron bright Turnd fierie red, sharpning in mooned hornes Thir Phalanx, and began to hemm him round With ported Spears, as thick as when a field Of CERES ripe for harvest waving bends Her bearded Grove of ears, which way the wind Swayes them; the careful Plowman doubting stands Least on the threshing floore his hopeful sheaves Prove chaff.
He was a bronzed and bearded man with blue eyes, and hair shot with gold, haughty but handsome withal.
Then there was the Vicar of Ferne, a bearded, fine figure of a man: his wife had been forced to leave him because of his cruelty, and she had filled the neighbourhood with stories of his immorality.
Suddenly he raised his bearded face, saw us close to him, and pulled up, springing from his machine.