whiskerando

whiskerando

(ˌwɪskəˈrændəʊ)
n, pl -dos
(Clothing & Fashion) a man with extravagant whiskers
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Whiskerando Squib describes the wild revelries that encouraged the unfortunate but foolish "Stiggins" ("S.
with their enormous whiskers" had taken to growing moustaches, too, to the initial "dislike" of the ladies; but "as modern fashion soon reconciles the sex to any novelty, the mustachio salute is not only sanctioned now by the dowagers of the whiskerando tribe, but even voted by the young smooth-lipped belles, to be funny enough
Tindal perhaps borrowed his pseudonym from Don Ferolo Whiskerandos, the foolish Spaniard of Sheridan's The Critic (1779); or, perhaps, from Lord Fitzwilliam's racehorse, named "Whiskerandos," which competed at all the major courses in this period, including at York (The Morning Post, No.